Quebec men busted for bringing cocaine into the US.
Two Canadians are facing drug charges in the U-S after border agents allege they found a large amount of cocaine on a private plane headed to Windsor, Ontario.
The U-S Customs and Border Protection Agency alerted police near Columbus, Ohio on Wednesday, March 29th, when a Canada-bound twin-engine plane diverted from its flight path and made an unauthorized stop in the U-S due to a mechanical emergency.
A police dog found 136 kilograms of a substance Customs officers allege tested positive for cocaine.
Two Quebec men, Sylvain Desjardins, age 57, and David Ayotte, 46, are charged with possession with the intent to distribute more than five-kilograms of cocaine.