Organized Crime & Gangs

Cutter Stratton returns with $1 billion in cocaine haul

“The national security cutter Stratton made history last month when it intercepted a South American narco-submarine packed with more than 12,000 pounds of cocaine, the service’s biggest bust to date.

On Monday the crew stopped in San Diego to offload that haul — and another 28 tons of cocaine nabbed in over 23 seizures on its latest patrol — totaling a $1 billion street value, according to the service.”

Source: Cutter Stratton returns with $1 billion in cocaine haul

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