Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Sinaloa Cartel: Police find meth smuggled into Canada through new Ford cars built in Mexico

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat Thank you 'Tu Fren' from The Canadian Press


Police find meth smuggled into Canada through new Ford cars built in Mexico.  Police bust international meth import operation.  The investigation started when OPP received reports from Ford dealerships in Ontario about odd spare tires found in Ford Fusions. 



VAUGHAN, Ont. -- Police say they have busted an alleged drug smuggling operation where methamphetamine was being hidden in new cars built in Mexico that were then transported by rail to Canada.

Ontario Provincial Police say employees at four Ford dealerships discovered the drugs stashed within spare tires that didn't match the cars.

They worked with the car company in December and found vehicles that had been dispersed to Quebec and New Brunswick.

Police say they found 180 kilograms of meth during the investigation.

They say they do not know where or when the drugs were hidden in the cars.

OPP deputy commissioner Rick Barnum says smugglers continue to find innovative ways to bring drugs into the country.


48 comments:

  1. I’ve heard of this before but I never thought it was true. A lot of items are either made or assembled in Mexico, so the Cartels have endless ways of smuggling contraband. I assume you’d have to have a pretty sophisticated network to use brand new Fords.

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    1. Endless is an apt description. Reminds me of the time people got sick drinking soda that was actually liquid meth...diluted or pure I don’t recall. Regardless, the sophistication required to execute the ruse is mind boggling. The note about authorities being uncertain WHEN the contraband was loaded into the cars only heightens the who-dunnit curiosity.

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    2. @9:28, damn, I totally forgot about the soda with Meth. I think it was in 7-up bottles to. Remember the kid that died after the CBP made him drink the Meth.

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    3. It's actually nothing new, just not widely published because it looks bad on Ford. Since the trains are inspected at the factory after loading, and rarely in the train yards once they get to the US side of the border, all it takes is a few corrupt folks at the production end; and it is Mexico we're talking about...

      KB

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    4. Those CBP agents teased the kid as they goaded him to drink it. But honestly, two Green Ice Teas that didn’t look identical...come on kid!! @7:17, So you’re fairly certain the corruption occurs at the plant?! That’s crazy to consider real ...until.... as you mentioned - it’s Mexico. 98% of which is beautiful, people and places alike; it’s the 2% that take up 98% of the headlines that make it seem hellish.

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    5. I'd bet a month's pay it occurs at the plant, or the rail loading facility, on the Mexico side.

      KB

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  2. I was wondering why I had a hard time filling my Ford Fusion tire. . It was the coke. Maybe this is the answer of the armored trucks on the Post Forum. The tires are filled with cocaine, keeping the tires inflated during heated battles.

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  3. Only CDS has the juice to pull off trafficking thru two borders. Their power and influence is still 2nd to none

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    1. Why do people like you insist CDS is the only one that can pull shit off like this or anything else for that matter.. damn nut hugging groupies ..

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    2. Looks like the original spare tire was removed and replaced with an old one without rim, local police propaganda, that's all...

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    3. Lol, stop trolling bro. Any cartel could do this if they know who to grease and their game is tight. CDS aint as chingon as they used to be. These keys in the tires went to 4 different dealerships so somebody didn't understand how to read a shipping manifest or the rail yard crew in on the job was tweaking and missed their shift.

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  4. Dammit, I should have bought a Ford instead.

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  5. They've been hitting Sinaloa pretty hard with all these seizures lately

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    1. If it was CDS we prolly woulda heard a song or a rat woulda fingered the players. History repeated .......

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    2. It’s better to cut ties with people who will turn and point fingers at you.

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  6. i guess the used tire in a new car wasnt a clue enough?

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    1. It was not used, it was the odd shape. Says it in the story.

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  7. You would think the narcos would spend a few more bucks and use a new spare instead of a ghetto tire. Dumbasses

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    1. 11:43 I see, you are one more pinchi mariguano lost in a sea of internet BS and games.

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  9. they are utilizing train employees to access vehicles them track shipments via gps to states and break back in when train stops in us
    This is not new

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  10. Is it true they also have a machine that makes it invisible?

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    1. Idk how true this is, or how good it works- but i was watching some show where they were wrapping kilos in carbon paper, to make it "invisible"

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    2. The Carbon paper is supposed to be for the X-ray machine. Not sure how or if it works but that’s what I’ve heard it’s used for.

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  11. Wonder who screwed up in Canada. Obviously the tires were supposed to be removed prior to the vehicles being distributed to the various dealers. Work assignment change at the receiving center? That's a lot of meth to lose plus the loss of a route.

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  12. Went thru all that trouble, and didn't even have someone ready to secure the loads at the Canadian Ford dealerships.

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  13. Drug bust reported in Salt Lake City with some of the arrested having ties to Sinaloa cartel. Go figure.

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  14. LOL that tire is fuckin rusted, 100k of product in a tire that belonged in a fire

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  15. Now they want 4 billion to built a wall, Canada US border. As we can all see, building a wall, will not keep drugs out.
    El Perin de Tamp.

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    1. 25 billion offer for a Mexico/US wall, refused by the president that now wants 5.7 billion, but got offered not one dollar or some bead courtains, according to mother superior Nancy Pelosi.
      No money ever for a Canadian wall either.

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  16. Will the wall stop these ford vehicles ?

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    1. How about making Fords in Canada and the USA? Seems logical to me... Plus, more jobs for Canadians and Americans... what's wrong with that?
      Mexico-Watcher

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  17. Sinaloa also sending meth through Vancouver and it's spreading through the praries(Midwest).Crime has been skyrocketing,police say because the price of meth went from $150 a gram down to $50 a gram.Looks like it's now the new drug here.Also emergency personal in hospitals have to beef up security like hold down dangerous paranoid meth patients to treat.

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    1. Canadiana what are you talking about??? Meth never costed that much in vancouver and meth has been rampant in vancouver for 20 years. Dont blame the mexicans for meth blame the chinese.

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    2. Dam i remeber dem days 10 dollars a point

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    3. Amerikkkan Big Pharma drove up the prices of their illegal meth to make up for the loss of the legal market, they have posted optimist forecasts for their foreign markets.
      The people will be better off making their meth with huachicol and Drano in their own chamber pots like at the start, maybe try and get that Krokodyl recipe from the Russian Red Mafya in New York.

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  18. They couldn't just store it under the rocker panels a la French Connection?

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  19. People have been smuggling drugs in tires for decades. We did it the in the late 60's. We bought 1954 -56 Cadillacs or Buicks with the big tires, and packed the tires with weed and drove them through the border. The only problem was the bricks broke down when you drove the car. The hippies in SF didn't care though. They bought all they could get.

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    1. same here in south tejas

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    2. 11:39 the hippies in SF do not buy shit,
      they just share the butt or sow their own,
      cheap ass motherfackers,
      but now they export to the world.

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  20. Just look st who’s hands are in Ford Manufacturing in Mexico and you will know who’s to blame.

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  21. I guarantee those techs that unload the vehicles will be all on top of this now. Heck, the truckers...

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  22. Did it make the cars go faster? LOL

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  23. Maybe the ford cars are made in Mexico brought here to USA and then drugs are pack and then blame Mexico if something goes wrong. USA is known for that!!!!!

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    1. Oh really, name another similar incident. Chances are the Cartels had the drugs hidden in the tires and they were swapped out when shipped. Their connection either missed his appointment or was arrested so these tires never were delivered and went through to the dealership.

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  24. Woman named "Meth" busted for meth

    https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/clearlake-Johna-Martinez-Meth-vacaville-prison-13653108.php

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