Accused cocaine kingpin who allegedly planned underwater drug shipments to face trial
DETROIT – An accused cocaine kingpin who feds believe was planning underwater drone drug shipments in collaboration with a Michigan CEO will face trial in federal court. Didani and unindicted co-conspirators allegedly planned and financed the distribution of cocaine from several locations, including Michigan. In transactions during June 2016 and December 2017, Didani allegedly received at least $550,000 from co-conspirators for the purpose of purchasing bulk cocaine. In 2019 and 2020, law enforcement seized over 3400 kilograms of cocaine allegedly from Didani’s organization. The seized cocaine has a street value of over $100 million.mlive.com
Feds: Former Michigan man led $100M cocaine org. planning to use underwater drone to send drugs to Europe
Federal officials arrested a former Michigan resident who they say was the leader of a massive, $100 million international cocaine trafficking organization that planned to use an underwater drone to ship drugs to Europe.