Authorities in Worcester made a big discovery on Monday afternoon .
Massachusetts state police along with the Worcester DEA and the US Postal inspection service conducted an investigation on a 2005 Acura on Belmont Street revealing that the operator had a suspended license. However that’s not all they found.
Upon the investigation it was found that Cathia Y. Gonzalez of Worcester was driving the car with a suspended license which would would prove to be the lesser offense considering what they found next. A K9 unit sniffed out one kilogram of cocaine according to state police.
Gonzalez and two passengers, Jose Martinez-Cepeda and Veronica Gonzalez-Acosta, both also of Worcester, were all found to be in possession of the narcotic and Martinez-Cepeda was also in possession of pills that are thought to be a Class E substance. All three suspects were taken into custody.
The charges for Gonzalez are trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to violate drug law and operating with a suspended license. Martinez Cepeda is charged with trafficking cocaine, conspiracy to violate drug law and possession of Class B and E drugs, Gonzalez-Acosta will be charged the least with trafficking cocaine and conspiracy to violate drug law. All three have been held on fifty-thousand dollars bail and are awaiting arraignment.