650 Kilos Cocaine Intercepted By The Curacao Coast Guard


650 Kilos Cocaine Intercepted By The Curacao Coast Guard

650 Kilos Cocaine Intercepted By The Curacao Coast Guard

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Curacao Coast Guard intercepts more than 650 kilograms of cocaine

WILLEMSTAD – The Coast Guard intercepted a drug transport in the night of Wednesday 1 3 to Thursday 14 July.

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South of Curacao, the Dutch naval ship, the Zr.Ms. Groningen to force a socalled go-fast to stop within record time.

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The Groningen has been sailing for the coastguard since yesterday and was only operational for a few hours after an intensive training course.

On the same day that the crew successfully completed the final exercise, the ship immediately achieved its first operational result.

The coastguard discovered the go-fast on which the Groningen and the coastguard helicopter were immediately deployed.

With the launch of the two fast boats, the go-fast was ordered to stop.

However, those on board refused to stop, after which warning shots were fired and the outboard motors were eventually switched off.

650 Kilos Cocaine Intercepted By The Curacao Coast Guard

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In addition to the five people on board and the 650 kilos of drugs, four firearms were also found on board.

A Metal Shark of the Coast Guard has taken over the people on board, the found bales and the weapons from the Groningen and brought them to the Support Center on Curacao.

The suspects, drugs and weapons have been handed over to the Curaqao Police Force, which has further investigated the case.

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650 Kilos Cocaine Intercepted By The Curacao Coast Guard

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