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Border Patrol finds 44 pounds of cocaine-coated Corn Flakes worth nearly $3M

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Border Patrol tested the cereal and learned the 44-pound shipment of Corn Flakes had been coated with cocaine valued at $2,822,400. (Source: U.S.

Customs and Border Patrol) CINCINNATI - When Customs and Border Protection Narcotics dog Bico alerted authorities to a large shipment of cereal on Feb.

13, it probably didn’t come as a surprise when the white powder and grayish substance covering the flakes were not frosting.After all, Cincinnati Port Director Richard Gillespie said drug smugglers will hide narcotics in anything imaginable.Authorities tested the substances and learned the 44-pound shipment of Corn Flakes had been coated with cocaine valued at $2,822,400.But thanks to Border Patrol agents and their K-9, the Peruvian shipment was.

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