Cocaine hidden in peanut butter jar found by local postal company, police say 05/07/2020 10:08 am PDT Comments Lodi Police By Dom McAndrew, KSEE LODI, Calif. (KTXL) -- A California man has been caught trying to mail cocaine stuffed into a jar of peanut butter, according to Lodi Police. Officers say a postal company in Lodi discovered the suspicious package on Tuesday. Inside the package was a jar of peanut butter with two baggies full of cocaine stuffed inside. The investigation led to the arrest of 39-year-old Donald Thatcher. He is facing charges of transportation of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance for sale and identity theft. MORE: Cocaine inside a jar of peanut butter discovered by postal company, police say - KSEE Cocaine discovered inside jar of peanut butter by postal company, police say - KTXL #California #Cocaine #DrugTrafficking #Drugs #IdentityTheft #LawEnforcement #Possession #Stockton #WGHP Related Stories Michigan man arrested after nearly 3,500 grams of cocaine found in mail Speeding driver caught with $500K worth of cocaine in trunk Escaped inmates used peanut butter to trick jailer into opening door to outside Woman busted at JFK with 6 pounds of cocaine stashed in Bailey's bottles Woman arrested for stuffing bra with cocaine Airline crew member busted at JFK with 9 lbs. of cocaine under pants Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.