Looks like somebody has some explaining to do… and let’s hope they live to tell it about because we can’t imagine any drug lord being ok with $2 million worth of cocaine just disappearing. We could imagine the conversation between drug trafficker and drug lord going a lot like the chainsaw bathroom scene in Scarface. There’s enough pressure trying to explain to your landlord how you lost your house keys in Tijuana over the weekend, can you imagine what it’s like to try and explain how over 20 kilos of nose candy goes missing?! Anyways, we wouldn’t be surprised if the drug trade game in Florida spiked in violence over the next couple of months. Find out what the authorities came across the shore of a Florida island below.
Earlier this month, Martin County Sheriff’s found a surprise on the shore of Jupiter Island when they discovered 25 kilos of cocaine washed up from the currents of the gulf. No one knows exactly how they got there, it could have been traffickers trying to avoid border patrol by launching a favorite drug of Charlie Sheen’s or it could have been accidental which probably led to the severe beating or death of some Florida drug mule out there. Either way, the drugs are officially out of the circulation of dealers and users. Supposedly, the large amount of cocaine had a street value worth of $2 million but a lesser wholesale value of just $600,000. What makes the find even crazier is that local police officials just came off of a 2-day drug trafficking sting that led to the arrest of 75 people, 34 of which were felonious, and the recovery of an arsenal of weapons, drugs, and other criminal evidence.