Federal Agents Seize Cocaine Frosted Corn Flakes Cereal in Cincinnati

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Bico, a narcotic detector dog with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, sniffed out the cocaine coated flakes on Feb. 13 in a shipment of cereal from South America, according to a release from the agency.

The 44 pounds of cocaine cereal seized has an estimated value of $2.82 million.

The shipment was headed to a private residence in Hong Kong, according to the release.

Officers found white powder and the flakes were coated in a grayish substance after the dog alerted on the shipment.


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