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$1.2 million worth of cocaine washes ashore at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station

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(Photo courtesy: Space Launch Delta 45) CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Multiple packages of cocaine washed ashore on a beach at Cape Canaveral last month, the US Space Force said.Angy Chambers, a wildlife manager for the 45th Civil Engineer Squadron, was patrolling the beach to perform a sea turtle nesting survey on May 19 when she noticed a small package wrapped tightly in plastic and tape.

She thought it could be drugs and contacted the 45th Security Forces Squadron."While I was waiting for them to arrive, I drove a little further and noticed another package, and then another," Chambers said.

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