Florida Man Chews Up Police Car Seat After Cocaine ArrestA Florida man was arrested Thursday night after more than 40 grams of cocaine were found in his possession during a traffic stop near in the Florida Keys, but not before he decided to eat part of the arresting officer’s patrol car seat.
Coast Guard Offloads 18.5 Tons Of Cocaine At Port Everglades An estimated $500 million dollars worth of cocaine will never make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else after it was confiscated at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Five-Month-Long Investigation Yields 18 Narcotics Arrests In HollywoodOn Thursday, Hollywood police announced the arrest of 18 people, following a five-month-long narcotics investigation.
Over 5 Tons Of Cocaine Offloaded At Port EvergladesU.S. Coast Guard crews unloaded tons of drugs at Port Everglades on Wednesday.
Corrections Officer Accused Of Trying To Smuggle DrugsA state corrections officer is accused of trying to smuggle drugs into a prison facility.
Coast Guard Offloads 12 Tons Of Cocaine At Port EvergladesTwelve tons of cocaine and a ton of marijuana will not make it to the shores of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after being seized at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard.
One In 8 People Have Cocaine On Their Hands, Study FindsResearchers at the University of Surrey discovered that 13 percent of drug-free individuals had illegal drugs mixed in with their fingerprints.
Woman Claims Wind Blew Cocaine Into Her Purse, Police SayPolice say an officer smelled marijuana and, after searching the car, found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse.
Airline Worker Busted With 9 Pounds Of Cocaine Taped To LegsA flight crew member is accused of trying to smuggle cocaine into the United States by strapping 9 pounds to his legs.
Coast Guard Offloads 7 Tons Of Cocaine In Port EvergladesSeven tons of cocaine will not make it to the shores of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after being seized at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Last Of The "Cocaine Cowboys" Pleads GuiltyGustavo Falcon, the last of Miami's so-called "cocaine cowboys," changed his plea to guilty Thursday in a decades old drug case.