US Coast Guard Seizes $33M Worth of Coke in Caribbean Waters

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 3:06 AM

S. Coast Guard says it's seized $33 million worth of cocaine in international waters S of the Dominican Republic. The agency said Friday that it arrested three Venezuelan men and one Colombian man in the case.

The U. S. Coast Guard says it's seized $33 million worth of cocaine in international waters S of the Dominican Republic.

The agency said Friday that it arrested three Venezuelan men and one Colombian man in the case. Authorities said they detected a boat carrying more than 2.447 pounds (1.110 kilograms) of cocaine during a routine patrol latest week. The boat was located more than one hundred fifty miles (two hundred forty-one kilometers) S of the Dominican Republic.

The announcement comes just days after PR police seized $13 million worth of cocaine off the U. S. territory'south southeast coast.

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