Monday, July 13, 2020

CBP Field Operations at Pharr POE Bridge 1527 LBS of Meth Worth $30 Million

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  CBP

PHARR, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility intercepted a huge amount of alleged methamphetamine valued at $30,556,000 that was being smuggled in a commercial tractor/trailer hauling fresh onions from Mexico.

“This is certainly a substantial amount of methamphetamine that won’t make its final destination in the U.S. and seizing these harmful narcotics will most definitely help keep our communities safer,” said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez, Port of Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas.

Packages containing 1,500 pounds of methamphetamine seized by CBP officers at Pharr International Bridge

On July 9, 2020, a 35-year-old male Mexican citizen from Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, Mexico arrived at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge cargo facility driving a tractor/trailer that contained a commercial shipment of fresh onions. 


A CBP officer referred the shipment for further inspection which included the utilization of non-intrusive imaging (NII) technology and after physically inspecting the entire conveyance, officers discovered 221 packages of alleged methamphetamine weighing 1,527.20 pounds (693 kg) concealed within the roof of the trailer.


CBP OFO seized the narcotics, the 1988 Volvo tractor and 2010 Utility trailer and arrested the driver. Agents with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) continue with the investigation.

21 comments:

  1. SE LES CAYO LA VUELTA>>>>>CJNG

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  2. CJNG’s product. They’re allied with the metros faction and metros do not push that merca.

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  3. Hahaha so much for the cdg/cjng alliance. Menso is butthurt af.

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    1. Mencho lives rent free in your cabeza piojosa

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  4. damn wonder how many people are going to die over this heads are gonna roll for sure

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    1. The jale got popped in the USA side by CBP, the cost of smuggling narcotics

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  5. 30 million is not an accurate number. In south texas a key of meth cant be more than 10 thousand. Fucking metros loose loads like this every other week.

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    1. Drug busts always have inflated values, it makes the Police look like heroes. They pick the highest street price they can find.
      Half a ton wholesale would be worth a lot less to the cartel than $30 million.
      My friend got busted with four dope plants that had no bud on them yet. They weighed the leaf and stalks, and then claimed they had taken £50,000 of drugs off the streets. The plants did not even have £10 of weed on them.

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  6. This cheap shit keeps getting more and more expensive, I'll keep sticking to my money, fack it

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  7. Trash trafficking the poison.

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  8. Doesn't even make a dent

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    1. Actually this made some dents to cartel profits.

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  9. After seeing a bit of what meth can do, I say, Lock him up and throw the keys away.

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  10. It seems like this place keeps popping up in reports of drug seizures.

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  11. I live in this border town. Nothing new.

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  12. This is chicken feed compared to the amount our commander in chief z40 pushes

    ATTE SCOTTISH ZETA (GRUPO DELTA XR7)

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  13. Great job Border 👍 Patrol our tax dollars at work. Sorry cartel you lose a load.

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  14. Lbs= pound or libra

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