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Thursday, December 23, 2021

Ensenada, Baja California: Hidden Drugs Found Among Alfalfa

"Parro" for Borderland Beat

Hidden drug found among alfalfa in Ensenada

(They continue to move Mota . . )

Military seized around 85 kilograms of marijuana

On December 21, members of the Army seized 85 kilograms of marijuana in the vicinity of Rancho 3 Hermanos, in the town of Ojos Negros, in Ensenada.

In a statement, the Secretariat of National Defense reported that elements of the Mexican Army in ground reconnaissance found an abandoned vehicle, for which they proceeded to carry out an inspection. They discovered that the unit was carrying bales of alfalfa, in the back and seven white sacks with the drug.

They reported through the Commanderies of the II Military Region and 2 / a. Military Zone, that the drug would have an estimated price in the national market of 144,500 pesos.

The product and the insured vehicle were made available to the authorities

Source: ZETA

(fact check . . not in this article but a little arithmetic. 144,500 pesos in the national market. Divide by 2,071 pesos/$100, you get $6,977 US dollars. Let's call it $7,000 worth of mota. $82.09/kg. $37.31/lb., $2.33/ounce. For once, we have a report that places the value of the seizure real low. No wonder the California pot industry is going broke. Again, without a forum yet, I have to ramble a bit. 1930 prices?)


  1. Make no mistakes the Cali MJ industry is anything but broke its the "legal" pot industry in California thats going to shit, underground we couldnt be doing any better . And thats a fact !

  2. That was a gift for the real load they let through. Meth and fentanyl


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