U.S. Coast Guard
The U.S. Coast Guard will be offloading nearly two tons of cocaine in Miami after it recently confiscated the drugs from a go-fast vessel in the Caribbean Sea.
The U.S. Coast Guard said it returned almost 150 migrants to their Caribbean homelands after intercepting their boats at sea.
A large cylindrical device washed ashore on Miami Beach early Monday has been identified. Police spokesman Juan Sanchez said the U.S. Navy confirmed that it was a training mine which had a ‘live’ blasting cap on it.
Gone are the go-fast boats, long associated with drug smugglers and the cocaine cowboys. Now as CBS4′s Chief Investigative Reporter shows you, drug subs are the newest mode of keeping their drug trafficking activities out of sight.
The U.S. Coast Guard off-loaded seven tons of cocaine, worth nearly $180 million, seized from a self-propelled semi-submersible vessel in St. Petersburg on Friday.
The race is on and hundreds of sailors are participating in South Florida’s 57th annual Columbus Day Regatta despite the wet weather.
Hundreds of sailors who are planning to participate in South Florida’s 57th annual Columbus Day Regatta may get some bad news due to the nasty weather expected this weekend.
Columbus Day in South Florida usually means a big boating weekend on the water, if the weather cooperates and that means heavy enforcement on the high seas for boating safety.
A South Florida man who served on a destroyer during World War II received a very special gift from the U.S. Coast Guard on Monday for his 103rd birthday.
The U.S. Coast Guard has recovered a so-called “narco submarine”, used by Colombian drug cartel members to export cocaine into the United States.