Woburn Mother and Son Burned by $15,000 Worth of Untaxed Tobacco Products

WOBURN - When Woburn police pulled up to an apartment in the Glennbrook Estates they saw two cars with their doors open and packed to the roof with tobacco products, according to Woburn police.

Although initially evasive with police about where the tobacco products come from and where they were going, Soung S. Moon-Kim, 55, and her 23-year-old son Hyeok C. Moon, both of 200 Bedford Road, Apt. F20, finally produced three receipts - two from K-T Wholesale in Philadelphia totaling $1,148 in tobacco products and a $3,567 receipt that had no company name on it.

None of the dozens of boxes containing hundreds of of tobacco products - cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, and wraps - had a tax stamp on them from Massachusetts.