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Federal search of Huntington Station home of suspected drug dealer

Safes uncovered from behind a wall in the

Safes uncovered from behind a wall in the Huntington Station apartment of suspected drug dealer Adrian Bonilla contained $50 and $100 bills that totaled $3 million, according to federal officials. (July 16, 2013) Photo Credit: Handout

A federal search of the apartment of suspected drug dealer Adrian Bonilla of Huntington yielded 11 kilos of cocaine and $3 million.

Safes uncovered from behind a wall in the
Photo Credit: Handout

Safes uncovered from behind a wall in the Huntington Station apartment of suspected drug dealer Adrian Bonilla contained $50 and $100 bills that totaled $3 million, according to federal officials. (July 16, 2013)

Federal agents searched the Shelley Place apartment of
Photo Credit: Handout

Federal agents searched the Shelley Place apartment of Adrian Bonilla and said they found six safes containing $3 million in cash, concealed behind newly installed drywall. (July 16, 2013)

Adrian Bonilla, 34, of Huntington Station was arrested

Adrian Bonilla, 34, of Huntington Station was arrested on July 16, 2013 after a search of his apartment yielded 24 pounds of cocaine and $3 million in cash, police said. He was sentenced July 7, 2015 to 6 years in federal prison for running a large-scale cocaine distribution ring.

The U.S. Department of Justice said a suspected
Photo Credit: Ed Betz

The U.S. Department of Justice said a suspected drug dealer from Huntington Station had more than 24 pounds of cocaine and $3 million in 50- and 100-dollar bills when federal agents searched his residence on Shelley Place. (July 16, 2013)

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