US Customs Bust cocaïne Smuggler Voyager en Haïti
- Jeudi 17 mai 2012 14:44
NEW YORK, États-Unis (defend.ht / NY Post) - Les agents des douanes à l'aéroport international JFK démantelé un trafiquant de drogue voyages d'Haïti qui a emballé la cocaïne à l'intérieur des bâtons de déodorant, des marqueurs d'encre et des centaines de boutons.
The Slovakian suspect Tomas Sykora, 26, had flown on May 8 and aroused suspicion while trying to get through customs because of what officials said was his nervous answers to agents' questions.
He was then brought to a private room where officers opened his particularly heavy black suitcase and noticed an ammonia smell and found the cocaine after examining a large marker. The drug can emit an ammonia smell.
The items with cocaine hidden inside include 16 markers, 17 sticks of Dove and Odorex deodorant, 24 bottles of nail polish, and about 684 buttons.