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Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol seizes over $500K worth of marijuana in three separate smuggling attempts

 EDINBURG, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Sector seized over 600 pounds of marijuana in multiple smuggling attempts.

Yesterday afternoon, Weslaco agents observed a Volkswagen sedan driving south of the levee toward the Rio Grande near Donna, Texas. Minutes later, agents observed the same vehicle leaving at a high rate of speed. Mobile units attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver failed to yield and a pursuit ensued. Agents stopped the vehicle by successfully deploying a controlled tire deflation device, commonly referred to as “spikes.” As the vehicle came to a stop, the occupants attempted to flee the scene, however, agents apprehended two juvenile subjects. Inside the vehicle, agents discovered several bundles of marijuana weighing nearly 300 pounds worth an estimated $237K.

Agent seize over $500K in marijuana in several hours

Shortly after, agents working near La Paloma, Texas, observed an Oldsmobile sedan departing the levee at a high rate of speed. Responding units encountered the vehicle as it was traveling along Military Highway and conducted a vehicle stop. Agents discovered over 260 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $208K and arrested the 41-year-old United States citizen driver.

A few hours later, Fort Brown agents responded to a report of subjects carrying bundles of narcotics near Brownsville, Texas. While searching the area, agents arrested three Mexican national juveniles attempting to smuggle two bundles of marijuana weighing over 90 pounds worth an estimated $73K.

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