The Guyhoc woman who was caught on camera posting a package that contained cocaine soaked hammocks, has surrendered to the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit.
In a statement, CANU announced that 26-year-old, Tiffini Collison, surrendered to its investigators in the presence of an Attorney.
She was wanted for questioning after she allegedly posted 4 hammocks that were saturated in cocaine to an address in the United States, through an international courier service.
The bust was made last Thursday after the woman had already completed the transaction for postage. The suspicious package was discovered by a CANU rank at the Eugene Correia International Airport at Ogle.
News Source understands that charges in the case could come before the end of the week.