Police: Heroin found in coffee packages at Newark Airport

A Hudson County man was arrested at Newark Airport for allegedly trying to bring heroin into the country.



David Molina-Haro, of West New York, was arrested after Port Authority police say they discovered 4.5 pounds of what is believed to be heroin. 



The drugs were concealed in packages labeled as coffee and were found during a routine inspection, according to investigators.



Molina-Haro had just arrived on a flight from Ecuador, officials say.


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