They Hid the Cocaine Where?!

( – In shocking evidence that drug smugglers are getting more and more inventive, a Wisconsin sheriff’s department has disclosed that it discovered a cocaine shipment hidden inside the wheels of a rollerblades set.

The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department has disclosed a highly inventive method of drug smuggling they had uncovered, involving over $30,000 worth of cocaine.

The drugs were found in a package sent to a Kenosha address from Bogota, the capital of the South American country of Colombia.

According to a statement released on the department’s Facebook page, smugglers attempted to hide 1,084 grams of cocaine inside a set of Canariam Rollerblades.

The post humorously noted the negligible value of the rollerblades themselves.

“The cocaine, not the rollerblades; rollerblades are worthless and you all know it,” it read.

The illicit substance was ingeniously hidden within the equipment’s wheels, with an estimated street value of around $35,000.

This discovery was made possible through a coordinated effort by the Kenosha Drug Operations Group (KDOG), Tactical Response Team (TRT), and the Department of Homeland Security Investigations Team (HSI).

These agencies executed a joint operation at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Friday, March 1, 2024, targeting a private residence within the city, The Daily Caller reports.

The operation was initiated following the interception of a package by HIS.

A “controlled delivery” of the package was subsequently executed by HSI to the intended address. Following the acceptance of the package by individuals at the property, TRT executed a search warrant, leading to the discovery of further incriminating evidence.

This evidence included a $30,000 money transfer from Kenosha to Bogota and several counterfeit identification cards, according to the department’s Facebook post.

In comments to the Facebook post, members of the community expressed their gratitude towards the law enforcement officers for their diligent work on this case.

The investigation into the cocaine smuggling using rollerblades is still active.

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