3 MORE LOCAL NEWS NOW... The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says it's dismantled a major cocaine smuggling operation. Sheriff Rutherford announced the seizure of more than 11 kilos of cocaine, after more than a year of surveillance. Channel 4's Tarik Minor is joining us now from the newsroom with more on the arrests called Operation DeJa Vu'...Tarik? 3 3 It's called operation déjà vu because the suspects involved in this cocaine trafficking ring have been arrested before. JSO officers say they began working with the FBI last April, when they learned the cocaine was being stored in a warehouse on the North side. 3 27-32 1'06-1'11PKG- 22:12:55"before it was busted, I did notice a lot of cars coming in and out, I didn't think anything of it at the time."Nicole Rigsby Pet Grooming salon is a literally 50 yards away, from a warehouse where police say seasoned drug dealers, were storing kilos of cocaine. JSO officers say Operation Deja' Vu has led to the arrest of 10 people that they've identified, the other 3 others are in police custody, helping officers build their case. 22:12:28"it can definitely be scary, its surprising, ti's alarming 20:57:42"some of the people are arrested now, some of them are not, some are cooperating, some are not, as you can tell this is an ongoing investigation, a lot of moving parts."Assistant State Attorney Michael Kennedy says his office is aggresively prosecuting the suspected dealers who caught the attention of drug agents last year. Police say the ringleader, Jameal Tyson was working with two different drug organizations, transporting cocaine from Texas and Miami, to Jacksonville.21:04:34'these guys are all carrying guns too, they are a murder waiting to happen, if someone gets robbed, they've got almost 500,000 dollars worth of cash."11 Kilos of cocaine, with a street value of over 800,000 dollars, along with 370 thousand dollars worth of cash has been seized Drug agents also confiscated, 1 pound of marijuana and 9 vehicles - and the investigation isn't over. 20:49:21'we could use the publics assistance in locating jamael tyson. I also think he's on channel 4's wheel of justice.' The sheriff says the arrests will have a temporary impact on drug sales here in Jacksonville. The confiscation of 24 pounds of cocaine cuts into the local supply, meaning the price on the streets will go up. 3 Tarik ...What is the sheriff's department going to do with the 880 thousand dollars they seized? The money will be used to help fight crimes, often seized funds are used to The equip police cars with new technology, or it may be used to buy defibrillators for heart patients.