The street name for it is black cocaine. For years drug smugglers have been getting it past K-9s at airports. This type of cocaine had never been seen in Caddo Parish until earlier this month. Deputy Pat Burroughs say K-9s found it during a drug stop. "Its my understanding that they found the black cocaine along with some other drugs. So we cant be certain if our dog was alerting on the black cocaine or alerting on the other drugs." Law enforcement officers tell us drug dealers are getting smarter they are using cocaine and coding it with charcoal, so that dogs have a harder time detecting the drug. Kevin Dunn with the Caddo Parish Sheriffs office tell us once the cocaine reaches its destination the drug is tampered with once again. "You have to basically use acetone or ether something of that nature to separate the black cover up from the cocaine its self." Even though drug dealers may think theyre pulling one over on law enforcement officers, those fighting the war on drugs say theyre staying one step ahead of the game.