Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Heavily loaded drug mules busted en route


Lukeville, Arizona - Border Patrol Agents and an Air Operations team from the Office of Customs and Border Protection, managed to arrest five drug dealers and confiscated several backpacks where they transported methamphetamine and marijuana, in facts presented 30 miles East of Lukeville.

According to the report, agents detected the smugglers who generally entered the country illegally, and subsequently tracked the group roughly one mile north of the international border, while helicopters monitored the route.









Finally, four men from Guatemala and one from Mexico were arrested. In total, seven backpacks were confiscated in which the authorities found almost 90 pounds of marijuana and 12 pounds of methamphetamine.

The men and drugs were handed over to the Department of Homeland Security Investigations for processing.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat VXT

30 comments:

  1. *drug couriers

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  2. I can almost guarantee you that the guy on the right is the Mexican. Playboy rocking them white Nike’s like it’s still the 80’s. For some strange reason wearing white shoes is still around in the year 2019. Looks like them been at it for some time also. Wearing them shoe covers to throw off those predatory trackers. And the guy on the far left would make a good jinete. Good body weight, looking light as a feather. El muñequito suben lo al los caballos para que me gane unos pinches billetes $$$. Lol. - Sol Prendido

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    1. They all wear carpet boots
      A cottage industry in Mexico.
      Smugglers or Smuggled.

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  3. The arrested mules will spend minimal times in jail, send back to mexico. The cartels will kidnap them and the headless body will be dump on the road soon after.

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    1. Nah I dont think they'll bother.
      Those dudes can pretty much confirm that they lost the load due to a bust and the cartels sent a couple of 100 together with them which made it through.

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  4. How is that mexican brick still selling???

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    1. High school freshmen and Jr High kids might buy that cheap shit

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    2. Still selling in Phoenix and Tucson

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    3. 2:08pm. You clearly do not know the game. California is scarce in cannabis and so are other places in the states.

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    4. Alot of green coming from Mexico is good now to.not that ok seedy brick that's brown as dirt

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    5. 11:49 AM They have actually increase the quality of it. Last time I smoked some brick weed that came from Michoacan was in 2011 it was on the level of high mid quality cannabis that is sold for $10 a gram at the dispensary in late 2017 late 2018. It was fresh as hell.

      Most brick weed is trash since its been sitting for months that weed is mostly from Sinaloa for some reason they suck at shipping it fresh. I am certain that fresh and tasty cannabis at that time belonged to La Familia Michacana it still smelled like the pine trees that are found in that state.

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    6. Its not, thus it is not Mexican brick, but something 'finer'.

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    7. 2:08 if it was not,
      it would not be moving.

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    8. I smoke it. not picky

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    9. I smoked weed from Michoacán and it was great it had avocadoish taste to it

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    10. The really good stuff coming out ofMl Mexico now is the cannabis oil in 55 gallon drums

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    11. I like my weed organic non GMO gluten free from responsible growers.

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    12. 9:13. The guy in Phoenix moving all the drugs is Curtis, a white guy. In Mexico, he is in Rocky Point.

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  5. I can just imagine those Guatemalan guys being brainwashed, being told they can get to the USA quickly, no needing to wait for an assylum process and on top of that make big bucks, The Mexican was probably leading and supervising them.

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    1. Dude u talkin out of ur ass! There r really poor people in Guatemala escaping violence with a chance to make a few bucks to support their children/siblings/parents.

      They r quite desperate with nothing to lose.

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    2. @3:50 AM That's what he's alluding to, dumbass!

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    3. AMLO just discovered that the minimum wage in Guatemala, Honduras,
      And el Salvador is twice the Mexican minimum wage.
      No wonder they want to emigrate The US.

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    4. And yet many Americans don't have $400 in there savings. Much less a retirement plan.
      Costs of living anywhere is supported by inflation. Not many making it.

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    5. 1:40 Americans can compete, all they have to do is get up early and work like devils for whatever they get paid, 15 cents a pound of aluminum cans may get somebody a long way on the city.

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  6. They will do more time then vicente!!

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  7. Lol why do they still push weight this way? It’s outdated probrably some small local gang or cell.

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    1. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
      Don’t reinvent the wheel.
      Leave well enough alone.
      Perfect is the enemy of good.

      Get my drift ?????

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    2. 3:02 small local gang, or cell would not dress them in cammo.
      Most surely the other hundred guys made it to their drop.

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  8. ... Best Dressed Mules I've Seen In A Quick Minute ... Camoed Out Down To The Backpacks ...
    El Gabo

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