Border Patrol officers found $2 million worth of cocaine and a ineffective man shut to a capsized boat off the coast of Puerto Rico on Wednesday.
The brokers found the vessel early Wednesday touring with navigation lights 1 nautical mile from Quebradillas, U.S. Customs and Border safety said. as quickly as they reached the placement, they found a “yola” vessel capsized.
The medicine weighing 198 kilos had been scattered close by, CBP said. in addition they found a ineffective man trapped beneath the vessel.
Investigators additionally found three bundles and 4 bricks that examined constructive for cocaine.
The boat was described as a 23-foot vessel with two outbound engines. A firearm was found inside and turned over to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
Puerto Rican authorities are investigating the ineffective male. The boat was taken to the Ramsey Border Patrol Station on the island territory.