Two Florida men were busted for transporting $84,000 worth of cocaine inside none other than Kraft Lunchables! Ohio State Highway Patrol busted the two from Zephyrhills, FL driving a 2018 F-150 with Florida tags in a dangerous manner on the Ohio Turnpike.
When police stopped the vehicle, they found a loaded .380 semiautomatic hangun and suspiciously heavy boxes of lunchables inside the vehicle. However, instead of lunch meat, cheese, and crackers in the boxes, they found packages and packages of COCAINE.
21-year old driver, Nelson Lopez III and his passenger and father, 41-year old, Nelson Lopez Jr. were both arrested and charged with possession and trafficking of cocaine. They could spend 22 years in prison and face fines of up to $40,000.
Hey, we give them an A for effort though! After all, they made it all the way from Florida to Ohio before they were caught!
Source: The Drive, Photo: Ohio State Patrol