$2 Million Worth of Cocaine Seized in Queens, Much of It Disguised as Fruit-Flavored Candy: Prosecutors

NBC New York - Federal and local authorities arrested a drug dealer in Queens and seized 12 pounds of cocaine, much of it disguised as fruit-flavored candy, prosecutors said.

The cocaine, which was uncovered in a backpack and a basement apartment in Jackson Heights, has a street value of $2 million, the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor of New York City said in a press release Thursday.

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