First drug bust for Puerto Rico Coast Gaurd Cutter

I saw this when I got back home, and it's sort of stuck with me. The more I think about it, the more hilarious it becomes:


When U.S. Customs and Border Protection Caribbean Air and Marine Branch surveillance aircraft detected an 18-foot yola traveling towards Puerto Rico without any navigation lights on the evening of January 30, the Coast Guard launched Station San Juan’s RB-M and Coast Guard Cutter Matinicus to intercept the suspect vessel.

Ninety-five kilograms of cocaine was seized by U.S. Coast Guard and Customs and Border Protection officers working for the Caribbean Corridor Strike Force.
As part of a time-honored tradition, a “Snowflake” decal was placed on Station San Juan’s RB-M on Feb. 14, representing the station’s cocaine interdiction.