2 FISHERMAN FIND $1 MILLION IN COCAINE OFF CAROLINA COAST, GIVES IT TO FEDS

Two South Carolina men went fishing on June 2 and came up with $1 million of cocaine.

While fishing a few hundred miles south of the North Carolina coast the fishermen saw a large bag floating in the ocean.

They pulled the package aboard, and saw that it was 30 kilograms 'bricks' of cocaine. Perhaps it was fish scale cocaine since it was in the Atlantic ocean with all the fish. The fishermen notified the Coast Guard and turned the drugs over to them.

The street value of the cocaine is $1 million. That amount of cocaine in the ocean likely means that the drugs belonged to a high traffic drug cartel. The Coast Guard, Customs and Border Protection, and the DEA are now investigating.

What would you do with $1 million worth of cocaine.

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