Four taxi drivers from Sydney suburbs Auburn, South Granville, and Guildford have been arrested after being accused of running an elaborate cocaine delivery system disguised as taxi drivers. According to the Daily Telegraph “the taxi drivers would arrive with the cocaine and the client would hop into the cab where the deal would take place as the cab drives around. The driver would then drop the client back at the original location.”
Police claim that the four men used the taxis to deliver hundreds of one-gram cocaine deals per week to homes throughout Sydney, the clients using coded text messages to make their order. Kudos for thinking outside the box.
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