MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The U.S. Coast Guard revealed Friday two different interdictions that netted roughly 4,000 pounds of cocaine and 940 pounds of marijuana.
The first interdiction happened December 22, 2011 when the Coast Guard Cutter Dallas found a 40-foot go-fast boat north of Honduras. Dallas crewmembers found 77 individually wrapped packages which tested positive for cocaine.READ MORE: 2 Dead, 2 Injured In Single-Vehicle Crash In Miami Beach
The cocaine weighed approximately 4,000 pounds and had an estimated street value of $48 million. The four people on the boat were taken to the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?
Then, later on New Year’s Eve, the Dallas found another go-fast boat near Jamaica. Crewmembers from the Dallas boarded the boat and found 16 packages that tested positive for marijuana.MORE NEWS: Leftover From Hurricane Dorian, 58 Strays From The Bahamas Make Their Way To South Florida
The marijuana weighed in at more than 900 pounds and had a street value of more than $850,000. The crewmembers detained three people on the boat and took them to Jamaican Defense Force officials.