Police seize $5 million of cocaine from semi-truck at Orlando storage unit

Law enforcement authorities seized over $5 million in cocaine from a semi-truck parked at an Orlando storage unit facility this week.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, over 50 kilos of cocaine were seized by the FHP’s Orlando Criminal Interdiction Unit team, with assistance from K-9 Rico.

The CIU team performed the job in cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, according to a social media post from FHP’s Orlando division.

“Great job to the Orlando CIU team and K-9 Rico for helping DEA get 50 kilos of cocaine off the streets,” reads the post.

The drugs were located inside of a semi-truck that was parked at a local storage unit.

According to FHP, the street value of the haul is over $5,000,000.

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