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St. Lucie County deputies find 57 pounds of cocaine floating near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

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St. Lucie County deputies find 57 pounds of cocaine floating near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

St. Lucie County deputies find 57 pounds of cocaine floating near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

Deputies in St.

Lucie County responded to a report of a suspicious package Wednesday and found a large amount of cocaine.

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St. Lucie County deputies find 57 pounds of cocaine floating near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

A MAJOR DRUG FIND..

IN STLUCIE COUNTY..

AFTER KILOS OFCOCAINE ARE SIMPLY FLOATINGTHE WATER.DEPUTIES..

FOUND THE DRUGS ATFORT PIERCE INLET STATE PARK..A SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE..

COVEREDIN PLASTIC AND ROPE.

ONCEDEPUTIES GOT THE ITEM ASHORE..THEY DISCOVERED ALMOST 60POUNDS OF THE DRUG WRAPP




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