Navy Ships Recover More than $95 Million in Drugs
Published July 18th, 2012
Happening around the state, about seventy-five hundred pounds of siezed cocaine arrived in Florida Tuesday morning on a navy ship.
That is close to four tons of drugs.
The large quanity of drugs was apart of what the U.S Navy, Coast Guard and Customs and Border Patrol confiscated during a six month operation off the coasts of Central and South America.
They also seized several hundred pounds of marijuana.
Combined the drugs are worth close to 98 million in wholesale value, and a quarter of a billion dollars in street value.
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