MIAMI (CIRCA) — On Friday, 27,000 pounds of cocaine were offloaded in Miami by the Coast Guard, officials announced.
The offload was made by the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Tampa (WMEC-902).
The drugs were seized in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in international waters and are worth an estimated $360 million in wholesale, according to officials.
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