A Fed-Ex manager opened a suspicious package to find suspected drugs, and contacted sheriff's deputies, which led to an undercover operation that netted two arrests.
According to an arrest and booking report obtained by KRMG, the manager of the Fed-Ex store opened a package and found marijuana and a white, powdery substance that tested positive for heroin or morphine Saturday afternoon.
In all, the package reportedly contained 134 grams of suspected heroin (about 4 and a half ounces) as well as four bags of marijuana totalling 2,121 grams (a little over two kilos, or about 4.7 pounds).
The package was addressed to a "Kim Foster" at a home near E. 61st St. and S. Memorial Road.
A deputy dressed in a Fed-Ex uniform delivered the package early Monday, with most of the drugs removed but some still inside along with other items to keep the weight consistent.
The arrest report says 2 minutes after the delivery was accepted, they served a search warrant on the home.
Agents of the FBI joined in on the raid, during which they questioned Princess Greene, 32, and read her her rights.
She apparently cooperated, and a subsequent search turned up more drugs, including marijuana and cocaine.
As they went to leave, a man approached the home and said he lived there.
Initially "argumentative and agitated," the report says Recardo Collins, 31, eventually agreed to cooperate.
Both were arrested and face a number of felonies.