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U.S. Customs and Border Patrol found $10 million worth of cocaine at the Port of Baltimore on June 18, making it the largest seize of cocaine the port has ever seen, according to CBP.
CBP announced on Tuesday they found 125 bricks of cocaine in black bags inside a container of beach chairs. The 333 pounds of cocaine had been sent from China through Panama.
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The cocaine was found by Homeland Security Investigation’s Border Enforcement Security Task Force. The task force is made up of CBP officers, HSI agents, and state and local officers.
The final destination of the shipment was to go to an address somewhere in Maryland, but no arrests have been made yet. CBP says HSI special agents are still investigating.
“It could devastate this city,” Assistant Port Director for Tactical Operations Patricia Scull told...
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