Bales of drugs wash up on Treasure Coast beaches

Photo: On Sept. 29, a fisherman discovered more than 400 pounds of marijuana scattered along a Jupiter Beach in the 3000 block of State Road A1A. SOURCE (TCPalm).

from The Palm Beach (FL) Post

Posted: 2:39 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, 2012

By Keona Gardner


Square grouper and white lobster have been washing up on Treasure Coast beaches.

But they’re not delicacies you’ll be seeing in area restaurants. Those are the terms given to heavily wrapped bales of marijuana or cocaine appearing on local beaches over the past month.

Since Sept. 3, more than 500 pounds of drugs — mostly marijuana — have come ashore or been found in the water from Brevard to Palm Beach counties. . . . Read Complete Report

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