Thursday, August 23, 2018

Tunnel Found in San Luis terminated in a KFC, Brought 'Hard Narcotics' to US

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat -thank you "Slappy" and the guy  who knows nothing 馃憤          from AZ Public Media

Tunnel on U.S. side terminated in an abandoned KFC


A tunnel was discovered by a policeman on routine traffic stop.

U.S. Border Patrol says a tunnel discovered in the Arizona border town of San Luis was primarily used to bring hard narcotics into the U.S. The tunnel was located following a routine traffic stop by the San Luis Police Department.


                       Ivan Lopez bought in April for $389,000

Border Patrol officials say that traffic stop led to the seizure of 168 kilograms of hard narcotics, including methamphetamine, cocaine, white and brown heroin, and three million doses of fentanyl.

The drugs were found in toolboxes traced to an empty fast food restaurant where agents discovered an 8 inch hole in the concrete floor. Special Agent in Charge Scott Brown says the hole isn't big enough for people, or bales of marijuana, but plenty of narcotics came through.

“There was a total of 261 packages that came through that hole. Again, over three hundred pounds of narcotics, hard narcotics. Again, small hole, a lot of drugs.”

The tunnel is over 500 feet long. Mexican officials discovered the tunnel’s entrance half a block from the border in San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico.

Special Agent Brown says the tunnel is "absolutely connected to the Sinaloa drug cartel" operating in the Northern State of Sonora.

The tunnel is only the fifth found in the Yuma Sector since 2007.

Ropes were use to pull the drugs through

40 comments:

  1. No wonder KFC is finger licking good.On a serious note, there is technology now to detect anomalies in the ground with seismic wave detectors and ground penetrating sonar systems.The U.S government should sub contract these along the border to Oil companies. Probably 1,000's of undiscovered tunnels.

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    1. Fantastic and have the oil companies make tunnels for the cartels. C'mon everyone lies once in their life

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    2. Lol you sound like 006

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    3. Yes those devices are available since many years but they never meet the expections.

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    4. 7:26 . I have often wondered the same thing . This technology isn't new . I was running a large vibrator on a mack truck in the Nevada desert in 1983 . Wouldn't take equipment that size . The technology is out there and I have never understood why they haven't used it .

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    5. @10:29PM The cheaper sensors only work so deep, so the cartels just make the tunnel deeper. The issue with the cheaper ones (the one the government is most likely to buy) is the development level of the areas they make these tunnels, if they aren't deep enough the sensors will pick up normal nearby traffic and give a false positive (a la one of El Chapo's escapes from prison). It would require the government to drill new holes, and create the infrastructure to support the sensors, and they would need to be buried a good ways down (which requires more expensive sensors).

      Biggest issue for law enforcement has always been that they have to follow the rules; people file lawsuits against new additions in their area, or noise complaints, or anything else they can do if they don't want the government in the area. Or a cartel affiliate owns property in the area and files anything they can to delay or stop the process.

      LEOs also have a much smaller budget.

      KB

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    6. The problem with "government contracts" is that contracting perras offering to solve "the problem" usually have created it and want to subsidize their operations and make more profit with money from the US government as they create more tunnels.
      --But blaming "El Chapo" works so good,
      why stop the finger licking?

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  2. They don't die, they multiply. Only job security for all the law enforcement agencies n City workers!!

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    1. In the age of the 6 month contract, government employees better start watching their ass about employment security.

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  3. If he had illegal immigrants buy crap cars and leave them in the KFC lot he could have planted the dope hidden in the shit cars and then have another illegal have the car towed to said location. The dope must not be touched by management. If said tow truck is pulled over and caught the driver has no knowledge. If the car is traced it goes to a illegal from Home Depot. Amateur- I highly recommend at least 3 buffer layers if managing a tunnel.
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    1. Yea I saw that in cocaine cowboys too

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    2. Yeah um no. U took that straight from Mickey Mundays playbook.

      Btw he just got a 12 yr stint in prison for trying this a second time. I used to rent his house in N Bay Village in Miami at the height of his Cocaine Cowboys fame in 1980. He is the most intelligent person i ever met.

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    3. I am glad someone understood my joke jaja
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    4. Bad husky...I bet you’ve got some fascinating stories, he seemed a real character in cocaine cowboys.

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  4. The best tunnels are hidden in plain site
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  5. Damn seem like another hard hit for CDS. They are taking L’s left and right lately. I wonder if that rumor about EPN trying to take Mayo down is true. Final months in office and wants to go out with a bang in order to secure some votes for PRI next elections?

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  6. That's probably what they brought in on a slow day

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  7. Even the Colonel is getting in the business...

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  8. Kentucky fried drugs whats next big mcdrug happy meal get a chapo with a ar 15 action figure viva la mexico

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  9. Aghh, so that's Colonel Sanders secret ingredient all along. Explains a lot. After last Mondays Bucket Feast i went home, walked 10 miles with the dog, painted the spare room, cleaned the kitchen and bathroom floors to within an inch of their life and gave the misses the best five minutes of her life. Sanders, keep a bucket on ice man, i'm on the way!

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    1. Lol, you need sicario oo6 to hook u up with some of the best trainers to burn all that energy. Wonder if he knows who got the best calithenic program isis or the ruskys.

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    2. Col. Sanders may not be so lucky, this franchise is CLOSED.
      But coffee shops are real famous too, just leave the cops alone, no matter how comely, aptly and lovely they look impersonating prostitutes, you don't want your mug to appear on the papers next day.

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  10. I'm going to San dDieg great commercial

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  11. Another tunnel that will be cemented big time.

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  12. Ni modo se le acabo la receta secreta al camarada. Hacer otro pa que los weros sigan tirando party.

    El Chilango al mill贸n con el chapo

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  13. Nice work.
    But we all know to well the shit will continue to pour in. Never ending cycle.

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  14. Iv谩n L贸pez you got some explaning to do

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  15. All you Na sayers can believe what you want . These big bust are hitting them hard in there pocket . There is a lot of expense operating and after all those expresses on this load they get $ooo back .

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    1. The smaller tunnels like this are actually pretty cheap. They pay for themselves with the first few kilos.

      KB

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    2. 9:15 i dont think you realize the scope of what billions of dollars gets you in real life when your a global organization... Thats a thousand million, alot to you and me, but not to the top... And you kids are worried about a $100k tunnel.. They cook that in 5 mins. Kb seems to understand :)

      Until you average 8-9 million per day in sales @3billion per year it will be hard for the typical rancher to fathom what you can really do in life with unlimited funds..... I understand


      <3 MuAh

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    3. It disrupts your operation.
      -CDS nutthugger

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    4. 3:34 Sure they are making lots of money when things go smooth . I have come to know that there is never the amount of money made as people believe . I think I just recently read where they were just hit with huge tonnage of meth . This shit may be a high profit item but it still cost . Then there the possibility of dying or worse spending the rest of their lives in a US prison . I will prose you all those tons of meth cost them .

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  16. San Lucas no es de Chinola.

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  17. South park kinda predicted this one lol

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  18. I remember eating there back in 2009 while working at the call center next to KFC. I went back to work at that center back in July last year but the KFC was already closed. I wonder if the tunnel operated while KFC was open or after it closed. There are many more buildings around that area that could easily house an exit for a tunnel. Anyhow, just business as usual on the border.

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  19. I knew there was something more to it than just 11 herbs and spices! That chicken is addictive.

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    1. 9:47 chances are you was just born addicted to chicken,
      like everybody else.

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