More than $22 million in suspected drug cash found in orange buckets inside the Miami Lakes home of Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez. He was asking a court to return the money, arguing it was lawfully earned through a legitimate indoor gardening equipment business.
More than $22 million in suspected drug cash found in orange buckets inside the Miami Lakes home of Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez. He was asking a court to return the money, arguing it was lawfully earned through a legitimate indoor gardening equipment business. Miami-Dade Police
More than $22 million in suspected drug cash found in orange buckets inside the Miami Lakes home of Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez. He was asking a court to return the money, arguing it was lawfully earned through a legitimate indoor gardening equipment business. Miami-Dade Police

Feds seize the $22.6 million cash found in buckets in secret attic stash

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