HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Authorities say a New Jersey UPS driver had marijuana shipped to businesses along his route and then signed for the packages himself.
And police allege another driver apparently delivered some of those boxes last Friday and now the man and his 23-year-old son are facing drug charges.
Forty-year-old Josiah Davis of Passaic and his son Jerome are accused of being part of a cross-country drug ring.
Investigators began tracking the packages after a narcotics team discovered their contents while they were on a conveyor belt at Los Angeles International Airport.
UPS officials declined to comment on the charges as did the Davis family.
Both men were charged with possessing more than 25 pounds of marijuana, and marijuana possession with the intent to distribute.