EAST BOSTON (CBS) – An East Boston man is facing drug trafficking charges after U.S. Postal Inspectors and Boston police uncovered a shipment of oxycodone pills disguised as aspirin.

Postal inspectors raised concerns over an Express Mail package shipped from Florida to an apartment complex in East Boston.

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They called the Boston Police Drug Control Unit, and a drug-sniffing dog determined that the pills were narcotics.

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Undercover officers later delivered that package, which contained 1,345 oxycodone pills, to its intended destination.

Carl Desert, 30, of East Boston was arrested after signing for the package.

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He’s charged with trafficking Class B Drugs in excess of 100 grams and Trafficking Class B Drugs within 100 feet of a school zone.