Two Texans arrested in Orange County with 10 kilos of coke

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Orange County Sheriff’s Office K-9 “Justus” with 10 kilos

TOWN OF NEWBURGH – Two San Elizario, Texas men are in the Orange
County Jail without bail after they were stopped in the Town of Newburgh
with 10 kilograms of cocaine with a street value of $3.6 million.

Orange County Sheriff’s deputies spotted a tractor-trailer following
a car too closely then stopped the truck as it headed toward the Thruway.

During the traffic stop investigation, deputies performed a probable cause
search of the truck. K-9s from the sheriff’s office and State Police
located a sack with 10 kilos of the drug.



Arrested were Saul Onzures, and Francisco Castillo, Jr., both 43, and
from Elizario, Texas, a city in El Paso County.

They were each charged with felony criminal possession of a controlled

Sheriff Carl DuBois said he is committed to his fight to stop traffickers
from bringing drugs into Orange County.