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BREAKING News At Arizona/Mexico Border… MAJOR BUST!!!

Bruce Johnson  RIGHT WING TRIBUNE –

TUCSON, Ariz. –U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Arizona’s Port of Nogales apprehended a U.S. citizen and a Mexican national involved in connection with separate failed attempts to smuggle almost 172 pounds of methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl into the United States earlier this week.

Officers seized a combination of meth, heroin, cocaine and fentanyl
Officers seized a combination of meth,
heroin, cocaine and fentanyl

Officers working at the Mariposa Crossing referred a 40-year-old Mexican man for further inspection of his Ford truck Tuesday evening. A CBP narcotics detection canine alerted to an odor it was trained to detect, resulting in drugs being located throughout the truck. The inspection led to the discovery of almost 74 pounds of meth, worth more than $221,000 as well as more than 24 pounds of heroin, worth in excess of $425,000. In addition, officers seized more than 7 pounds of cocaine, worth more than $80,000 and suspected nearly 2.5 pounds of fentanyl, worth nearly $34,000.

Wednesday, officers at the Mariposa Crossing referred a 21-year-old Sahuarita, Arizona woman was sent for an additional search of her Nissan sedan. A CBP canine alert led officers to the seats, which were determined to be filled with more than 64 pounds of cocaine, worth just more than $725,000.

Smugglers hid cocaine inside of the vehicle's seats
Smugglers hid cocaine inside of the
vehicle’s seats

Officers seized the drugs as well as both vehicles, and turned both arrested subjects over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

Also, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a San Luis, Arizona resident Thursday in connection to an unsuccessful drug smuggling attempt at Arizona’s Port of San Luis.

A CBP canine alerted officers to 70 pounds of meth, within the quarter panels of a smuggling vehicle
A CBP canine alerted officers to 70
pounds of meth, within the quarter
panels of a smuggling vehicle

Officers referred a 23-year-old man for an additional search of his Nissan sedan as he attempted to enter the U.S. from Mexico on Thursday afternoon. A CBP canine alerted to an odor it was trained to detect, leading officers to discover more than 70 pounds of methamphetamine, worth almost $211,000 within the vehicle’s quarter panels.

The vehicle and drugs were seized. The subject was arrested and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

And in another major bust, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Arizona’s Port of Nogales arrested a Mexican national involved in connection with a failed attempt to smuggle almost 270 pounds of methamphetamine into the United States Wednesday.

Officers seized 270 pounds of meth from within a tractor trailer loaded with mangoes
Officers seized 270 pounds of meth
from within a tractor trailer loaded
with mangoes

Officers working at the Mariposa Cargo Facility referred a 33-year-old man for further inspection of the tractor-trailer carrying a shipment of mangoes as it crossed yesterday afternoon. A CBP narcotics detection canine alerted to a scent that it was trained to detect, resulting in drugs being located on the trailer rear floor. The inspection led to the discovery of more than 250 packages of meth, worth $809,000.

Officers seized the drugs as well as the tractor-trailer, and after being arrested turned the subject over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

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