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In The Drug World Toys Just Aren’t For Kids

One of the toys used to smuggle cocaine/dea photo

One of the toys used to smuggle cocaine/dea photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com
DEA agents busted up a drug ring  that smuggled cocaine from Puerto Rico to New York by concealing it inside children’s toys, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said .
Authorities unsealed a 9-defendant indictment in New York Tueday, capping a five-month investigation into the ring  that was headed by Jose Diaz, also known as Jose David Diaz-Ortega, authorities said.
Up to twice a week, Diaz went to the Prima Check Cashing at 1740 First Avenue in Manhattan and wired $40,000 to $50,000 in cash to associates in Puerto Rico,  the DEA said. In one instance, investigators recovered more than 2 pounds of cocaine inside a child’s pegboard stool, authorities said.

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