A police dog died after biting into a one kilogram brick of cocaine and eating enough to kill him In an undercover sting federal agents ordered a kilogram of cocaine from Jamie Gonzalez-Lopez, 33, in July 2011, authorities said. Gonzalez-Lopez then hid the drugs in a Brunswick County field while waiting to meet the buyer. Agents arrested Gonzalez-Lopez and his co-defendant Braulio Yanez Marin, 28, after they had been shown the buy money. A sheriff’s drug-sniffing Belgian Malinois named Viper was sent into the field to find the drugs. Viper accidentally bit into the package and shook it, ingesting a fatal amount of cocaine. The package weighed 1,162 grams and has a street value of more than $100,000, reported WECT.com. An investigation found that Gonzales-Lopez, originally from Mexico, was responsible for distributing more than five kilograms of cocaine, according to a news release. Federal prosecutors said a judge Friday ordered Gonzalez-Lopez to spend 135 months behind bars. He pleaded guilty to possession with the intent to distribute, distributing 500 grams or more of cocaine, and possession with the intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine. More than 200 people turned out for a memorial service for Viper. His handler Deputy Jared Zeller told WECT.com that he was going to miss his relationship with Viper tremendously.