Nearly 2 Tons of 'Tesla' Cocaine Found in Mexico City

Nearly 2 Tons of 'Tesla' Cocaine Found in Mexico City


Police in Mexico City made a historic bust when they seized 3,700 pounds of cocaine hidden in two tractor-trailers. The seizure has been hailed by authorities as the largest of its kind nationally in the last 12 years. The illegal cargo featured Tesla decals on the packaging — a common tactic of using appropriated brands to indicate the source of the drugs in question throughout the illicit supply chain.

This week, police from Mexico City were able to intercept two tractor trailers inbound from Oaxaca, MCP Chief Omar Harfuch in a news conference.

The two tractor trailers were moving the drugs in hidden compartments while a third vehicle provided security, Harfuch said.

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Once authorities stopped the tractor-trailers, they were able to find

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