Federal Agents Seize $2.8 Million In Cocaine-Frosted Corn Flakes
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Narcotic Detector Dog Biko Department customs and Border Protection According to officials, last week around the mercenary who arrived from Peru, he was alert for large shipments of grain heading to a private house in Hong Kong.
When officers opened the box to look closely, they noticed that the grain contained white powder, and the flakes were coated with “gray matter”. A test revealed a lot of cocaine.
According to CBP officials, the boxes contained 44 pounds of cocaine-frosted flakes with an estimated street value of approximately $ 2.82 million.
Cincinnati Port director Richard Gillespie mentioned that smugglers would hide narcotics just about anything, and agents would have to use their “training, intuition and strategic skills” to stay on top of their game.
On a typical day last year, CBP seized some 3,677 pounds of drugs at ports of entry across the country.
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