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NORTH BRADDOCK (KDKA) – The Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office announced a major cocaine bust on Monday night.

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Police from multiple agencies found $10 million of cocaine hidden in two cars, and they arrested two men who are believed to be part of drug trafficking ring between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

Photo Courtesy Of Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office.

Jermaine Clark and Terry Suggs Jr., both from Philadelphia, were arrested Monday in North Braddock. Clark is believed to be the head for the drug trafficking ring.

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The men were driving vehicles registered out of Philadelphia, and a search of the vehicles turned up a total of 23 kilograms of cocaine hidden in hydraulic traps. Police used a K-9, named Atlas, to sniff for narcotics in the two cars, both registered to the suspects.

Jermaine Clark (R) and Terry Suggs Jr. (L) were busted with $10 million in cocaine on Monday night.

Police think the two men have spent the past 24 months transporting hundreds of kilograms of cocaine from Philadelphia to communities and neighborhoods in Allegheny County.

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Both defendants have been charged with possession, possession with intent to deliver, conspiracy and criminal use of a communication device. Both will be arraigned at the Allegheny County Jail.