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California authorities say they found cocaine hidden in cereals

California authorities on Friday said they discovered a stash of cocaine hidden in multiple cereals.
(California Highway Patrol – Merced)

California authorities on Friday said they discovered a stash of cocaine hidden in multiple cereals.

The drugs were found on Thursday afternoon after a California Highway Patrol (CHP) Merced officer pulled over a car on State Route 99 for a violation, the law enforcement agency said in a press release on Facebook.

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After the reach of the person within the officer spotted “a number of indicators of criminal activity,” police said.

The authorities ultimately found probable cause for a search, where they found “three cereal boxes, each with one kilogram of cocaine,” the press release said.

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“The average price of a kilo of cocaine is $ 28,000. Broken down and sold by the gram, each cereal box would have a value of $ 40,000,” police said. “This is perhaps the most expensive cereal in the world.”

The driver taken into custody and was booked into Merced County Sheriff’s Office Jail, the press release said.

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