U.S. postal worker arrested, distributing cocaine sent from Puerto Rico

Posted on August 29, 2012 • Filed under: Corruption, Crime, Drug Activity, Police/Military Activity, Puerto Rico, United States

Orlandosentinel.com reported a postal worker in the state of New Jersey received and distributed cocaine packets with false addresses during its route and established drug trafficking organization in Puerto Rico would send the drug regularly, U.S. authorities said Tuesday.

Christina Nunez admitted intercepting shipments from Puerto Rico and delivering cocaine to accomplices in the city of Camden, said federal prosecutors in New Jersey.

Prosecutors said Nunez, who worked in a post office in Secaucus, was responsible for distributing more than 18 kilograms of cocaine between October 2010 and last Friday August 24, when she was arrested. The woman, 30 years old and based in Lyndhurst, is accused of conspiracy with intent to distribute cocaine and stolen card. Read Article

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