Veterinarian who smuggled heroin through puppies' bellies sentenced to 6 years

Andres Elorez, 39, was convicted of implanting heroin into the stomachs of puppies to smuggle drugs into the United States.
0:26 | 02/07/19

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Six years in prison that is the sentence handed down to eight in Brooklyn federal court to a veterinary student for importing Harrell went into the US. By implanting the drugs inside poppies. Prosecutors say Andrei as a Laura as it use is veterinary skills for criminal purposes with complete disregard. For the dogs at his care at least three of the dogs died. Delores is a Spanish national he's expected to be deported once his sentence is complete.

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