Four Caribbean Men Picked Up By Dutch Coast Guard With 992 Pounds of Cocaine
PHILIPSBURG — Four men have been arrested in Sint Maarten by the Netherlands Coastguard in a drug bust netting 992 pounds of cocaine, authorities said.
The men from the British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts & Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago are now in Dutch official custody for allegedly smuggling 450 kilos of cocaine into the region, according to SMN News.
Reports as of late Sunday said the Netherlands Coastguard was not divulging relevant information on the case yet.
It was not clear from regional media reports if the men were arrested at sea or on land.
The only information released to the media said that Dutch law enforcement officials are busy working on the case right now.