The U.S. Coast Guard returned to port in Miami Beach Monday morning with millions of dollars of seized cocaine in tow.
More than $17 million worth of cocaine will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after the U.S. Coast Guard intercepted the 1,400 pounds of coke from a go-fast vessel in the southwest Caribbean Sea.
The U.S. Coast Guard has made a trio of high seas drug seizures worth $100 million.
Nearly 3-thousand pounds of cocaine, worth an estimated $35 million, has been interdicted at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard.
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Seven-point-three million dollars worth of cocaine will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else after the illegal contraband was found at Port Miami.
The U.S. Coast Guard revealed Friday two different interdictions that netted roughly 4,000 pounds of cocaine and 940 pounds of marijuana.
A trial date has been set for a British teen accused of carrying 30 pounds of cocaine stuffed in boxes of cake mix at Miami International Airport.
Plenty of strange items have washed ashore Florida beaches over the years, and now authorities are investigating the discovery of 22 bales of cocaine.
The Coast Guard showed off a major cocaine bust in Key West Wednesday.