I’ll just come right out and say it, I’m disappointed. I got lots of mediocre stuff for Christmas. I got socks, underwear, some new cargo shorts and a set of chrome valve stem caps for the tires on my truck, but I sure as hell didn’t get two and a half pounds of cocaine in the mail. Then again, I didn’t go to jail either. Our story begins in Hernando County, where Sheriff’s Deputies learned of a planned one-kilo cocaine shipment to a Hernando address. Investigators say a package from Puerto Rico was slated to be shipped to Pablo Jonuel Fuentes Morales in Spring Hill via the United States Postal Service. Hernando County Deputies and USPS investigators waited for the shipment to be delivered and then arrested Morales once he acctepted the package. The United States Postal Service and all of the major shipping compnaies have working agreements with law enforcement, reporting suspicious shipments whenever they are found. The organizations also perform long-term joint investigations to further deter drug shipments to the United States. Morales was charged with trafficking in cocaine. The street value of the cocaine is about $30,000. Source: TampaFP.com
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