Feds Seize $2.82 Million Worth Of Frosted Cocaine Corn Flakes In Cincinnati


Feds Seize $2.82 Million Worth Of Frosted Cocaine Corn Flakes

At least two-point-eight-million dollars' worth of cocaine-coated corn flakes won't be making it to their intended destination. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents announced the large shipment of cereal was intercepted in Cincinnati, Ohio. The cereal was on its way to Hong Kong from South America. Federal agents found 44 pounds of cereal with white powder and "grayish" flakes inside the boxes. Testing revealed the substance was indeed cocaine.