When people think drug trafficking, they think Miami, South America, maybe even Vermont. But suburban Boston? Apparently, yes.
The DEA recently seized over 360 lbs. (worth an astounding $700,000 bucks street value) in suburban Framingham, Massachusetts, with the help of GPS Tracking.
When cops spotted marijuana traffickers loading wooden crates with bricks of marijuana, they executed a search warrant and planted a GPS tracker amidst the reefer. Then the cops just sat back and let the tracker do its thing.
The GPS tracker helped cops locate the drug shipment where they made the arrest of three men that were loading the 12 containers of marijuana into a van en route to distribution. All three suspects are currently being detained in Massachusetts.
(via WCVB Boston)