Drug route through Colombia to the Caribbean disrupted

Posted on June 11, 2012 • Filed under: Caribbean, Colombia, Crime, Drug Activity, Organized Crime, Police/Military Activity

Two men carrying 395 kilos of cocaine were caught attempting to transport the drugs to the Caribbean, El Heraldo reports. The stash originated in Medellín and was in route to the Gulf of Urabá. From there, the drugs were to be transported to the Turbo port, in Antioquia. Urabá police report a vehicle carrying the drug was stopped in the Dabeiba area with support from the anti-drug force in the region. The drugs were worth 5,000 pesos. Two pistols were also seized, as well as ammunition. The names of the suspects have not yet been reported. Read Article

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