Members of the Caribbean Netherlands Customs Department recently intercepted drug packages of 323.5 grams of cocaine on Saba and 500 grams of cannabis in Bonaire, with a combined total street value of approximately US $25,000. Members of the Customs’ Physical Supervision Team intercepted a package of cocaine on Saba on November 20. The cocaine was brought illegally from St. Maarten to Saba by a 24-year-old woman via a passenger ship. The cocaine was found during a clothing inspection conducted by a female Customs officer. The seized cocaine has a gross weight of 323.5 grams and represents a street value of about US $20,000. That same day, Customs officers in Bonaire intercepted a shipment of cannabis at Bonaire International Airport. The drugs were in the possession of a passenger on a DAE flight from Curaçao. He was subjected to Customs control, because the scanning machine indicated some “strange” luggage. This appeared to be a block of 500 grams of cannabis, with a street value of approximately US $4,000.