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Coke in the Coat

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Customs and Border Protection officer Ingrid Grand inspects a package inside the John F. Kennedy International Airport mailroom.

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A family arrives on a flight from Peru carrying bags full of leather jackets. After CBP officers go through the bags, they discover cocaine in the lining of the coats. In the mail room, Officer Boris identifies a package containing a photo album … and half a pound of heroin worth around $13,000. When flights arrive from Pakistan, Egypt and Kuwait simultaneously, a radiation detector starts going off and the team must identify the source without causing panic among the passengers.

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