Dog Busted With 10 Kilos Of Smack At JFK, Owners Are Also Suspects

Queens DA Richard Brown credited "great police work" in the apprehension and arrests of Samuel Seabrooks and Carlos Betancourt-Morales in a drug investigation. 

The two men allegedly smuggled $1 million dollars' worth of heroin into JFK airport by stashing it in a dog crate, along with a live dog.

The pooch was flown from Puerto Rico to JFK with his favorite chew-toy and 10 kilos of smack. 

The two men were arrested after signing for the doggie and the drugs as they left The American Airlines cargo depot.

If the charges stick both men face up to 140 dog years in a cage just slightly larger than the crate that started the whole mess.

The men have been charged with conspiracy and criminal possession of a controlled substance.

The dog is cooperating with the police in the investigation.

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