Thursday, February 7, 2019

Tamaulipas: Coordination with Mexico and Border Patrol stops drug shipment

Sol Prendido from El Tarde



The Gendarmerie intercepts the delivery of almost 130 kilograms of marijuana by the Playita neighborhood in close proximity to the United States

In a coordinated action between elements of the Federal Police (Gendarmerie division) on the Mexican side and personnel of the Border Patrol, in North American territory, they frustrated the shipment of 129 kilos 880 grams of marijuana.

The drug traffickers who operated on the banks of the Rio Grande, near La Playita, had to escape through the bushes, when they heard that boats being patrolled from Border Patrol were approaching, leaving them abandoned in the undergrowth. large packages that contained a green and dry weed, with the characteristics of marijuana, whose weight almost reached 130 kilograms.




They searched on the dirt roads in the surroundings, but were unable to find the narcos who managed to escape taking advantage of the cover of darkness.

Immediately after the seizure of the drug, the federal authorities put it at the disposition of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic (FGR) where an investigation case was opened, which will be followed up by elements of that dependency.

This is the third drug seizure registered in recent weeks, based on the coordinated task that was carried out at the international level.

16 comments:

  1. Good ole dirt weed worth nothing

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    1. Turn it into MJ oil for use in edibles, sell to people at legal stores. Costs less, so higher profits, and makes it into a legal-for-sale product. Not even that hard to do anymore with CA having legalized the stuff for recreational use. Then you divert the local legally grown weed to the east for sale at prices close to a kilo of meth (which is also cheap as heck these days).

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    2. Right- keep that bs on that side of the border- cant believe theres any market for it- what it cost 50$ a lb lols

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  2. Is this La Playita, Rio Bravo or Matamoros?

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  3. Small seizure these days.

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  4. A side of me shakes my head at the waste of resources for interdicting marijuana shipments, but another side wonders if the Americans are doing this to test the trustworthiness of their Mexican counterparts. Probably just a waste of time and money though.

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  5. decoy, nobody cares about compressed dirt weed anymore

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  6. lol at busting weed!

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  7. Do you folks purchase legal marijuana that costs $30 ddls grammo?

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    1. High grade marijuna is no more than 10 dollars a gram. And i grow my own in my backyard.

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  8. The Mexicans probably staged it from a previous seizure. While everyone was playing jose Pena the real dope was being moved through. What can a gram of con semilla cost. $5 a gram?

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  9. Waste of time and then why are they so happy that ain't shit!

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  10. What would be more interesting to learn is the THC content of these shipments more than the weight. Seem pretty silly if they basically seized a large shipment of industrial hemp across the border. I doubt Mexican weed that's shipped in bricks and bales has increased in potency over the years and what's been tested as around 5 percent THC. please comment on if anyone knows more about it .

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  11. Weed is still selling if it's being moved by the tons. There are still fields out there far bigger than el bufalo that bring in billions of dollars.

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  12. $5/gram srsly????? someone pls tell me more details

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  13. I guess you didn’t know in Mexico there’s “Reggie” which I bet you all smoked but there’s also hydroponic, edibles ect. just like in the U.S. For half of what you pay in US. So really who’s the sucker getting ripped off?

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