10TV: Law Enforcement Intercepting “Disguised Drugs” in Central Ohio

Federal agents say drug traffickers often go to great lengths to conceal drugs shipped across U.S. borders.

Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien said Omar Osualdo Gutierrez is serving 10 years in prison for the biggest drug trafficking bust in the history of Delaware County.

In 2012, law enforcement seized a baby blanket saturated with more than 880-grams of cocaine.

O’Brien said the bust kept as many as 14,000 individual doses of cocaine out of communities.

“It was designated for Central Ohio. It was going to be distributed in Central Ohio,” said O’Brien.

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