A Spaniard who operated a major cocaine money-laundering ring in Miami has been sentenced to 150 in U.S. prison.
A central Florida man and his two associates allegedly recruited women inmates and used them as prostitutes once they were released from prison.
Millions of dollars worth of cocaine will not hit the streets of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after the Coast Guard made another high seas drug seizure.
The Coast Guard offloaded about $93 million of cocaine Thursday afternoon on Miami Beach.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection aircraft patrolling the Caribbean Sea helped recover more than 3,300 pounds of cocaine, officials said.
Two Florida men have been sentenced to prison after being busted for being a part of a large scale drug trafficking ring.
Coast Guard officials took down suspected smugglers and landed more than 1,300 pounds of cocaine which is worth at least $20 million.
Thirty-seven million dollars worth of cocaine has been seized at sea.
One hundred and ten million dollars worth of cocaine will be offloaded by the U.S. Coast at their Miami Beach base Tuesday morning.
Bond has been set for a Miami-Dade Police Lieutenant accused of conspiring to distribute cocaine.