K-9 Finds Up To $152,000 Worth Of Cocaine In Logan Passengers’ Luggage

BOSTON (CBS) – Two men from Puerto Rico were arrested at Logan Airport Wednesday night for carrying four kilograms of cocaine in their suitcases.

Adam I. Miranda, 18, and Luis Robles, 24, were arrested and charged with trafficking cocaine and conspiracy to commit narcotics laws.

Miranda and Robles were traveling together on a flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Boston. Police questioned them after they landed in Boston at around 7:15.

A State Police dog, named “Rocky,” then sniffed out the cocaine from their bags, according to police.

The street value of the drugs is estimated between $32,000 and $38,000 per kilo, or a total of between $128,000 and $152,000.

The men were expected to be arraigned at East Boston District Court on Thursday.

  • Matt

    Wow coke is getting cheap. $8-9.50 a gram. I will take 5 grams please.

  • Thomas Hood

    It was almost certainly for personal use, right? Right? Anybody?


  • gramps

    The poor dog ‘sniffs’ the coke, & settles for a yellow ball in return….?

    He needs an ‘Agent’!


  • yodavinci

    solid plan….attempt to smuggle 4 kilos of blow through one the most highly monitored transportation points of entry, US airports…..stupid Ricos. Have a good time in prison you dopey dopers!

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