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Posted by: Lisa Mitchell
A lost load of a Mexican drug cartel’s cocaine washed up on a Texas beach, authorities said.
Lifeguards discovered the 66-pound bundle on Monday while patrolling the Galveston shoreline, police said.
The package contained 30 neatly wrapped kilos, worth a total of more than $3.5 million in street sales, according to Galveston cops.
Narcotics officers quickly recognized the packing job as the work of Mexico’s powerful cartels.
A closer look revealed a dolphin stamp on each package — the signature of the Gulf Cartel, one of the country’s oldest crime syndicates.
Illegal drugs have been washing up all week in Galveston, cops said.
Monday’s discovery was the sixth so far at the beach and the second containing cocaine, authorities said.
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