Wednesday, April 29, 2020

US CPB Busts $ Millions Worth Of Meth and Heroin at Int'l POE Bridges

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CBP Officers Intercept Hard Narcotics Worth Over $11.5 Million At The World Trade Bridge
Release Date: April 27, 2020

LAREDO, Texas: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers intercepted a significant amount of hard narcotics with an estimated street value of more than $11.5 million in one enforcement action at the World Trade Bridge.

“This seizure was an enforcement action against transnational criminal organizations that exemplifies the vigilance and dedication our officers practice daily to stop the scourge of hard narcotics from infiltrating our communities,” said Port Director Gregory Alvarez, Laredo Port of Entry.

   Bags containing 579 pounds of methamphetamine seized by CBP officers at World Trade Bridge
                                 The narcotics have an estimated street value of $11,587,378.

The seizure occurred on Saturday, April 25, at the World Trade Bridge when a CBP officer referred a 2020 International trailer hauling a shipment of stone tile for a secondary examination. The trailer was driven by a 45-year-old male Mexican citizen traveling from Jalisco, Mexico to Los Angeles, California. Following a canine and non-intrusive imaging system examination, CBP officers discovered a total of 579.37 pounds of alleged methamphetamine concealed within the shipment.

CBP seized the narcotics and trailer. The driver was arrested and the case was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Security Investigations (ICE-HSI) special agents for further investigation.
                                         Imagine How Many Loads they do NOT Catch
      CBP Field Operations at Hidalgo Seizes Substantial Amount of Drugs Worth Over $4 Million
Release Date: April 28, 2020
HIDALGO, Texas: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo International Bridge seized $4,327,000 worth of alleged heroin and methamphetamine and arrested a man from Pharr, Texas in connection with this failed drug smuggling attempt.

                                         World Trade Bridge Int'l POE at Laredo, Texas 
                                     Hidalgo/ Pharr Intl POE near Reynosa and Pharr Texas

“This was definitely a significant interception of hard narcotics that our frontline officers accomplished this weekend,” said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez, Port of Hidalgo/Pharr/ Anzalduas. “Keeping drugs out of our communities is a top priority for CBP Field Operations.”
Buckets containing $4.3 million in narcotics seized by CBP officers at Hidalgo International Bridge

On April 25, 2020 CBP officers at the Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge encountered a 24-year-old male U.S. citizen driving a white Ford F-150 pickup arriving from Mexico. A secondary inspection which included utilizing a non-intrusive imaging (NII) system resulted in the discovery of suspected narcotics concealed within the truck’s tires. CBP officers removed 14 packages containing nearly 121 pounds of alleged black-tar heroin and nine packages containing 51.72 pounds of alleged methamphetamine, valued at $3,293,000 and $1,034,000 respectively.

CBP OFO seized the narcotics, the pickup and arrested the driver and the case is being investigated by agents with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation's borders at and between official ports of entry. CBP is charged with securing the borders of the United States while enforcing hundreds of laws and facilitating lawful trade and travel.

27 comments:

  1. War on drugs is useless legalized let adults choose if they want to be a junkie

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    1. You have to be jesting? When a person become a drug addict he/she is turned into a costly "robot". This robot will cost society a mass of things. Most addicts (of all kinds, including tobacco and alcohol) "abuse" these drugs because they have "problems." Go down among the so-called homeless anywhere in the world and you will see what I mean. These people are at the bottom stages... and BTW, many are mostly drug addicts or mentally ill because of alcohol and drugs...not because of lack of jobs.
      Legalizing drugs (including pot) will cause serious problems ... trust me.... like alcohol, people will soon take this opening and go far beyond in "abusing" the various cannibinols in pot. Legalizing pot will not stop there... I know human nature too well.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    2. Yea so we have a bunch of deranged doped up people running around. Great idea. Not

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    3. Its all a personal choice alcohol is bad why is it legal pharmaceuticals are bad and still prescribed porn is bad and its still produced its 2020 you old farts wake up or croak already people will do bad things with or without drugs blame ones self for once not the substance survival of the fittest if your weakminded peace out off you go to the afterlife faster war on drugs is war on consciousness

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    4. 11:38 drug addiction is an escape achieved through unconsciouness, a dulling of the senses, unless you are going for a high that soon starts leaving you dumber and dumber.
      people should be able to sue their pusher, their pimp for over time and wages or damages, 5h as t could take care of the proselitizing of minors.and control the population, too many crooks on the loose, but the crooks in power make shit possible for all without accountability.

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  2. Motherfackers could have waited and tracked the shipment home to make some more worthy arrests, but noooo,
    They will deliver the shit home themselves and make the 5 million dollars their own.

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    1. The US is not Mexico, hombre.

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    2. Deliver to who. This aint the 70s or this aint mexico were drugs are seized and immediately resold.

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    3. 3:26 Not all of the US, but "as you see below, is as above"
      In the wise words of Mostradamus.
      The mexican corruption, police, cartels, in government, banking and business, reflects its creators on the US, even the hippiadas came from the US to Mexico when they were trying to introduce drug trafficking and psichedelia for the masses to LatinAmerica and the Bellbottoms to Pablo Escobar's big fat ass with help of US beloved nazi pet boy Klaus Barbie...
      Eating their own drug trafficker heros does not save those rogue americans

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    4. 3:26 and 3:39; You are naive.

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  3. The U.S. law enforcement only catch 10 %

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  4. Excellent ūüĎć catch of drugs flooding our American streets. It is no wonder we are infested with drug addicts wanting drugs, which also messes up families,31,000 died of drug overdose.

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    1. The fenatnyls and meth addictions can be blamed on US legislators who sold their arses to BIG US Pharma for campaign donations from their lobbyists.
      Mexican narcos just got a contract to keep supplying the orphaned addicts, and the formulas offahored from Big Pharma, there were amphetamine traffickers before Nacho Coronel, like the Cardenas Amezcuas, persecuted by the mexican government because generales of the armies wanted the whole business, like governor of jaliskas Marcelino Garcia Barragan and his son javier garcia paniagua director of the DFS because "daddy was powerful"

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    2. you may want to watch this Captain America https://youtu.be/CDpjvFn4wgM

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    3. 4:34 You are right. The politicians, laws, and then distributors of pain pills for 15 years with no problemo set the stage for that which narcos are feasting from as the DEA began its crackdown on doctors and distributors. Of course the politicians with their campaign donations got away with no recourse, not even questions from the DEA or legislative committee.

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  5. Many news outlets are reporting a decline of manufacturing/ distribution of narcotics due to covid. However, the necessity of goods to stock American pantries indicates an opportunity. Needless to say this shipment of stone tile is not an essential element thus pulled for secondary inspection.

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    1. Them outlets your reading are fake news. Lol. Drugs are pouring into the usa. Beer sales are up. How many potheads will stop smoking cus of covid when theyre stuck at home? None. How many junkies will stop doing drugs cus of covid? None. Is common sense, cartels making a killing right now.

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    2. 1:03 the meth and fentanyl producers may get ordered back to work soon.
      Orders from above, unless they have a powerful union that won't sell them down the river

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    3. I did not know they stock up illegal drugs at pantries. Nevertheless, I thought they are stashed in so called safe houses.

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    4. 6:30
      And that's why they were searched thoroughly.

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  6. stoned tiles was very valuable this time. jalisco source a dead giveaway. stupid. not the brightest tool Jefe.

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  7. I bet this ain't CDN's merch...

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  8. Driving from Jalisco to LA through Texas? Que?

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    1. Is there any other way? Lol

      Seriously, maybe that's what set off the officer for a secondary inspection.

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    2. Considering they were hauling a lot of dope to belong to probably Mencho, they could not go str8 up as for the border plazas of Juarez and Sonora are owned by a whole different cartel that doesn’t operate with CJNG.

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  9. Is not CPB. Is CBP.

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  10. Are these stupidstupid, horrible, insensitive, inhuman officials NEVERNEVER gonna learnlearn theythey onlyonly making thingsthings worseworse by fighting symptoms in their wasteful war on drugsdrugs that causes all this ongoing bloodshed? I guess not; guess they truly don't care.

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