Over the weekend, a Good Samaritan discovered 1.3 million dollars worth of cocaine washed-up along the shoreline in the Florida Keys. The large black package contained 65 lbs. of cocaine & was turned over to #BorderPatrol custody.
#breakingnews #mondaymorning #florida @mcsonews pic.twitter.com/EyCrXuySxA
— Chief Patrol Agent Thomas G. Martin (@USBPChiefMIP) August 16, 2021
According to reports, a citizen stumbled upon $1.3 million worth of cocaine that washed ashore in Florida. Reports noted the cocaine that washed up was discovered in black packaging inside of large bundles.
No information was given about where the drugs were found, and police went on to say “Good Samaritan” turned over the massive package after “stumbling” on to it this past weekend. The bundle, which reportedly weighed 65 pounds, was found in the Florida Keys. As of now, the Miami sector U.S. Border Patrol has not issued any more information on the package.
News of this comes after a package was discovered by a “concerned citizen” who called police to turn over a 2.7 pound brick of cocaine that washed ashore in Little Torch Key. The brick was worth around $61,000 according to reports.