Agents from the Mexican Navy Secretariat (Semar) seized just over a ton and a half of cocaine and arrested seven people who were transporting the drug aboard a boat south of the Marías Islands in Nayarit.
According to the Semar report, these events occurred on April 6, when the sailors were carrying out Coast Guard tasks about 60 nautical miles south of the Nayarit archipelago (about 111.12 kilometers).
When passing inspection of a fishing vessel, named Jorge M. II, the agents observed various anomalies in the machinery and personal identifications of the crew . . .