Cocaine hidden in tomato paste can found at NYC airport, 연방은 말한다

Cocaine hidden in tomato paste can found at NYC airport, 연방은 말한다

A traveler who arrived at a 뉴욕시 airport on Saturday had bigger plans than making pasta.

He was caught with cocaine inside a can of tomato paste, 당국은 말했다.

Keiter Elian Rijo Morales, a citizen of the Dominican Republic, arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens from Santo Domingo, the Dominican capital, when U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers inspected a large metal can he had with him.

A traveler was caught with cocaine inside a can of tomato paste in a New York City airport, 당국은 말했다.

A traveler was caught with cocaine inside a can of tomato paste in a New York City airport, 당국은 말했다. (우리. 세관 및 국경 보호)

The officers opened the container, which was labeled asBella Tomato Paste,” the agency said in a news release.

Inside was five pounds of a white power that tested positive for cocaine and was valued at $ 160,000, 당국은 말했다. Morales was arrested for allegedly importing a controlled substance and he handed off to Homeland Security Investigations agents.

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The smuggling of illicit drugs poses a significant threat to our nation, and CBP does its part in keeping these drugs off our streets.said Troy Miller, Director of CBP’s New York Field Operations.

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