The flight landed in Miami but it was sent on to Tulsa for maintenance checks because the base in Miami was too busy. Authorities have seized the seven bricks of drug. “That’s a lot of cocaine, so we suspect cartel involvement,” Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Casey Roebuck told to media. There is already a precedent: in 2015, a jet originating in Bogotá was brought to the Tulsa maintenance facility, where workers found 26.2 pounds of the drug. The Drug Enforcement Administration in Miami investigates the case. At the moment the airline company’s position is not known but they launched an investigation.