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Video: Man Finds $4 Million Worth of Cocaine In Amelia Island Beach, Nassau, Florida, While Looking For Sea Turtle Nests

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A beachgoer found wraps of cocaine worth $4 million on Amelia Island beach in Nassau County, Florida, while he was looking for sea turtle nests on Friday.

According to the police, the cocaine which was packed in the form of bricks was wrapped in plastic with a picture of an eagle on top, weighed over 70 pounds, and had a street value of about $4 million.

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“It’s very rare here in Nassau County. Many years ago, there were bales of MJ that washed up on the beach, but to my knowledge, something like this washing up is certainly a rare event,” Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said.

The police suggested the stacks of cociane must have washed up on shore after it was thrown off a boat into the river by smugglers to avoid been caught with it by approaching law enforcement.

“More than likely, it was on a boat that law enforcement or Coast Guard was getting close to and they just threw it overboard to get rid of it so they didn’t have possession of it. The sea current just washes it up along the coastline,” Leeper added.

Recently in Florida a few days ago, a boater discovered 65 pounds of cocaine floating in the water and more coke was also found in the Florida Keys during a beach cleanup.

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