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Cirino and Romero later brought the kilos to a meeting with the source inside a room at the Red Roof Plus in Woburn, records show.
Climate change, crime and speculation mean the price of the fragrant spice has skyrocketed from $20 a kilo five years ago to $515 in June.
Federal agents arrested him, and a search of his home uncovered a kilo each of what appeared to be fentanyl and heroin, court documents say.
Compare that with a kilo of heroin, which wholesales for about $50,000 in Gulfport and generates a profit of just $200,000.
Federal agents in Atlanta last summer arrested 16 postal workers, accusing them of taking bribes to deliver kilo-sized loads of cocaine with their mail trucks.
This year, prices have dropped to 5,000 ($250) per kilo.
Plain tortillas wrapped in newspaper are sold by the kilo for customers to take home.
Scott was going to sell a kilo of cocaine to a man and arrived at Kenyon Court in a red minivan.
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