Drugs wash up on Del Mar beach

Eight bundles of marijuana weighing a total of about 100 pounds were discovered Wednesday morning on the sand in Del Mar, a sheriff’s sergeant said.

The discovery at the foot of 11th Street was reported around 4 a.m., San Diego County sheriff’s Sgt. Gary Steadman said.

A life vest was also found near the bundles, he said. No other details were immediately released.

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