Sunday, December 29, 2019

Texas: Narcos ram BP Patrol vehicle, during Border Patrol disruption of 3 separate smuggling attempts

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat CBP Gov

A Border Patrol agent assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Sector was the victim of a vehicular assault during a drug interdiction

"Criminals do not take human life into account and our dedicated agents are the first line of defense," tweeted the chief patrol agent of the Rio Grande Valley sector, Austin Skero. "In the last three days, agents seized more than 800 pounds of marijuana in separate attempts worth an estimated $ 660K."

The incident occurred while agents patrolled the border between Texas and Mexico during the Christmas holiday week.

DINBURG, Texas – On Monday, December 23, 2019, Rio Grande City agents conducting line watch operations responded to information about a red Dodge pickup truck loading possible narcotics.

 Agents observed the vehicle leaving the area and a pursuit ensued, after following the vehicle for a short time, the driver struck a marked service unit and came to a stop. 

The driver absconded the area, and an immediate search of the area yielded negative results. A search of the truck revealed 39 bundles containing 451 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $360K.

On Tuesday, December 24, 2019, Intelligence agents observed a white Chevrolet Tahoe possibly loaded with narcotics. The Texas Department of Public Safety (TX DPS) attempted to stop the vehicle, the driver failed to yield to TX DPS and continued traveling before bailing out into a cane field. 

The driver and several subjects attempted to flee the area, a search of the area resulted in the arrest of the driver, a United States Citizen and two Mexican nationals. A search of the vehicle revealed 141 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $112K.  TX DPS took custody of the driver, vehicle and narcotics.

This morning, Rio Grande City agents working line watch observed six subjects with five bundle of suspected narcotics make landfall on the U.S. Riverbank south of Garciasville, Texas. Agents responded to the area and apprehended four subjects, all Mexican nationals. 

A total of five bundles of Marijuana weighing over 235 pounds worth an estimated $188K were seized. All four subjects and marijuana were turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration.







22 comments:

  1. Who is the DEA selling weed for at $800+ to?

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    1. Some statements are so stupid that they don't dignify an articulated response.

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    2. The DEA stands for truth just as much as the War-On-Drugs stands for winning :-(

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    3. @2:00 But you felt the need to comment..GTFOH. It was a sarcasm, as to how do they estimate these price figures?

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    4. War on Drugs a failure

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    5. The topic is smuggling weed and this idiot comes up with a stupid comment.

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    6. 8:57 "topic" is: capturing these loads of grifa and doing some arrests during christmass holidays, BP at work, no DEA, but you can make the topic whatever you want sugar...

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  2. Who ever rammed the B.P. Will be punished.

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  3. One other thing...that truck is red not white only white truck is bp. Haha yes they are the ones that reloaded it for themselves

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    1. Jesus Willis, it is the top left pic in a field as the article states

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    2. Wake up Willis!

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  4. I thought no one really trafficked in large amounts of Mexican crap weed anymore?

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    1. Same here, somebody with knowledge please explain

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    2. I'd like to know why they did this, too. With all the good weed legal in so many US states now, why take the risk to bring bulky, low profit weed across the border when so much more can be made in smaller packages with heroin, fentanyl, cocaine?

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    3. It's still ilegal in Texas lot of people still smoke Reggie down here wouldn't surprise anybody from Texas this is day to day In the South Texas border

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    4. I'd bet it was for fun. Errrbody is on that good good everwhere. Yo Gotti even made a song about it ūüėĄ

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    1. In theory yes but those smugglers move quick .

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  6. this is absurd, while bp risks their life busting low quality mota we grow acres of sinsemilla on the hills of colorado without an issue or hiding

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    1. 10:55 your Colorado crap is for richer more distinguished clientele, these cheap stinking loads for the masses would be paying no taxes, the way grifa thing is supposed to work.

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