Man, 65, from Australia charged with smuggling drug worth $10M

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Friday charged a 65-year-old man from Australia with smuggling a drug worth more than $10 million out of the country in a matter of days.

The DEA announced the arrest of Alexander Hwang on Thursday after it said it had received “substantial evidence” in the case.

Hwang, of Melbourne, is charged with conspiring to smuggle more than 1.4 million kilograms of cocaine into the U.K. via Australia in June.

He is scheduled to appear in U.N. headquarters in New York City on Thursday morning.

Hwang’s attorney, Brian Brown, said the charges were “very serious and the timing is unfortunate.” “

As with any such investigation, we are cooperating fully with Australian law enforcement and will provide any relevant information when it is provided.”

Hwang’s attorney, Brian Brown, said the charges were “very serious and the timing is unfortunate.”

Huddyson’s attorney said he had “no comment” about the charges.

“Mr. Hutton is not being charged for any wrongdoing,” Brown said.

Australian authorities did not immediately respond to a request for comment.”

It is unfortunate that it has come to this.”

Australian authorities did not immediately respond to a request for comment.