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Police: Man Charged, Found With 130 Cases of Liquor in SUV

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Agents with the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement said they seized these cases of liquor from Kin Fu Wong's SUV. Agents with the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement said they seized these cases of liquor from Kin Fu Wong's SUV.

CLAYMONT, Del.- A Massachusetts man has been arrested in Delaware after authorities say they found dozens of cases of liquor inside his SUV that he was illegally transporting.

Thirty-eight-year-old Kin Fu Wong of Lawrence, Mass., was stopped by a trooper Saturday on Naamans Road in Claymont for a traffic violation. The trooper discovered 130 cases of liquor inside the vehicle's passenger compartment, according to the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement, which took over the investigation. 
    
Officials said Wong bought the alcohol at multiple locations in New Jersey and at one location in Delaware before being stopped. He also had more than $10,000 in cash, according to police. 
    
Wong was arrested and charged with attempting to evade state excise tax and illegal transportation of alcohol without a license. He was later released on $6,000 unsecured bail. DATE agents seized the cash and the 2011 Chevrolet Suburban that Wong was driving.

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