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Thursday, February 2, 2023

American Attempts to Smuggle Cocaine Into Mexico?

"Mica" for BorderlandBeat.com

American who gets red custom light busted at the border with cocaine.


February 2, 2023

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas — An American man attempting to enter Mexico with cocaine was detained at the border. On Wednesday, the FGR of Mexico reported on the arrest of the unnamed man who was found attempting to smuggle the drug into the country.

His arrest took place during an inspection at the Ju√°rez Lincoln International Bridge in the municipality of Nuevo Laredo. His van was inspected after he got a ‘red light’ from the customs traffic light system.

A review of his vehicle lead authorities to the finding of several bricks of cocaine. He was taken into custody by the National Guard in coordination with the National Customs Agency of Mexico.

The vehicle was entering Mexico from Laredo, Texas, when custom agents located the 12 packages of cocaine. An onsite test confirmed its contents.

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54 comments:

  1. Early Alzheimer’s

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    1. Vaxxident
      North is south west is east its confusing to the jabbed

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  2. I know people who travel to Mexico with their weed pens, but cocaine?

    Say someone lost a load and owes a debt from the US to Mexico. The cartel is not going to ask for payment by cocaine, and if they did, they would arrange for it to be picked up in the states and never cross it back over.

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    1. Sounds like they were trying to bring it back for some reason. Maybe something didn’t go right. It’s a number of things that could’ve happened. But I would think whoever’s it was was sent on consignment and something went wrong with that. That’s only logical thing I could think why you’re trying to recross with it. Not wanting to take any kind of loss tried to get his stuff back thinking it’d be simple cause cats aren’t really searched too hard going south and he ended up being that one in a million statistic. He should look around at how he’s doing things because that’s shit luck. For real.

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    2. 8:27 I live in SD and know a ton of people who bring coke to Mexico. That’s for personal use though.

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    3. That doesn’t look like accidental - going to a party personal supply.
      @8:59 I’m w/ you on the return - most cartels have a 15 day return policyūüėā

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    4. mula ciega cruzaba sin saberlo y no pudieron bajarle el jale se regreso a su casa con el mandado

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    5. 9:50 you know you have a problem when you can't enjoy sun,good food and awesome culture. Bringing cocaine to your little vaca in Mexico is pathetic. I hate drug tourists

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    6. 5:42 Little vaca? Bro it’s called going to Tijuana to fuck hookers. It’s not that deep. And this is Baja California we’re talking about here, not Puerto Vallarta or Oaxaca.. Also I barley know any adult in their 20s or 30s who can drink liquor without craving coke. Even people who barley ever do coke hella crave that shit when drunk. We have plenty of sun here in SD already. Going to a Tijuana brothel for a few hours is not a “vacation”. Jesus..

      Also wtf is a “drug tourist”? That’s basically just a tourist. What do you think they were going to Tijuana for? They don’t even go in the daytime.. Most naive comment about going to Mexico that I’ve possibly ever seen. You sound more gringo than me lmao

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    7. Distraction for a multi tonne shipment going up at the same time and poe. It’s smart cause it would really throw off the border officers.

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    8. 5:42 What about drinking tequila

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    9. Back in the glory days (2006) I was flying into MX with friends and was so young/naive/stupid enough that I was going to fly in with coke and hash.

      At the airport tho paranoia kicked in, so I went into the bathroom and went Tony Montana while flushing the rest.

      I did fly in with the hash tho and when we landed there was a customs line where a fucking light hung above, if u hit green you passed but if u got red u were pulled out and patted down/etc

      Let’s just say that was the longest line I ever was in my life

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  3. Yeah someone definitely is going to lose some property. 12 lousey keys is not worth the attention of the feds and shit.

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  4. Iv seen customs leave pakages in vehicles after a seizure only to be found by repair shops ,auction or buyers of those gov type auctions

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    1. That happened to a cousin from Del Riio in the early 2000s he bought a 70s car at auction from feds went to chop the top and found few keys of mota in it not sure where exactly … he smoked it shared it was shit brick weed lots of seeds n stems funny thing he crossed the car back into Mexico villa union to do the chop where it was then found ..

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  5. Prolly took em back to have em fixed. Fixed as in the they were cut too fukn much and the person who sent them requested em back to make sure they were the same ones he sent and if they were prolly get em up to par woth how they are in the market so his dumbass didnt lose his investment. Also these mexicans be greedy as fuck cutting the fuck out shit way too much.

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    1. Lmao I dunno what group you’re receiving from but BUDDY, you are out of touch.

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    2. Actually the shit that comes across that border is pure as it gets. The only “ cut “ they use is so you want kill yourself. The “cut” your talking about happens in the neighborhood drug dealers trap spot.

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    3. @3:35, it depends on the group of traffickers and the smuggling route used. To me, and of course my opinion is only that, the Caribbean route (DR,PR, Panama) has the best quality along with the Golfos coming thru Texas. I’ve seen some half and half shit come thru Sonora and TJ.

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  6. It was probably there when he bought it

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  7. Don't get high on your own supply.
    -scarface

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    1. Actually that was Scarface’s boss Frank that said that.

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    2. Yeah
      I do remember Frank Lopez (Robert Loggia), saying that to Tony Montana.
      The actor lived to be 85.
      Passed away in 2015.

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    3. He signed it "scarface" meaning it's a quote from the movie.

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    4. Well thank you since your inside his head or talking in the 3rd person Einstein.

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    5. 10:48 Isn’t that what Michelle Pfeiffer said

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  8. really weird. any theories why?

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    1. Why? Because you never heard of it? Happens all the time.

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  9. Lo mas probable q se regresaron x ser d muuuuuuy baja calidad y no los quisieron ni regalados esta pasando mucho hay mucho mugrero

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  10. Based on data available on this article. He probably didnt know and forgot to took out completely the load on the correct side of the border.

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  11. There are a lot of repo vehicles sold at auctions and they have compartmented areas. Most of the time, the feds/cops go over areas but sometimes they don’t get all of the drugs out of the car. I am sure that this is one of the reasons why this happened. Weed? I get it, but coke is way pricier and there is no need to smuggle it back to Mex. I think the driver bought a seized vehicle and didn’t know that there was yeyo in it

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  12. Could be an issue with the bricks,
    they got wet or ruined or needed to get reworked or exchanged in NL. Or they weren't the right ones. Something like that.

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    1. Probably exchanged

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    2. This was on orders of Sr Marro. Cjng were on his orders to bringing them back to Mexico to dye them blue, then re-smuggle them into the USA. When Marro says "Frog" the CJNG hops.

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  13. A cartel wouldn't reexport cocaine for any reason. It makes more sense that it was a former seized vehicle or they didn't remember to remove all of the product from the last trip. Or it could have been Mr. Magoo thinking he was travelling north to Chicago.

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  14. Damn Americans, smuggling drugs into Mexico.
    Mexico needs to build a wall.

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  15. mula ciega cruzaba sin saberlo y no pudieron bajarle el jale se regreso a su casa con el mandado

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  16. Cut with just a little too much fentanyl and killing all the customers would be my guess.

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  17. What was he doing? Retuning them? Quality control not happy with purity? That would be like be bringing opium to Afghanistan. Makes no sense to me.

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  18. When 40 was running around Nuevo Laredo boiling bodies, this kinda stuff never happened…

    Does anyone remember when 42 told his captors that his brother personally murdered 3,000 people, and over 1,000 of them were American Citizens?

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    1. Wasn't it 40 who claimed 3k dispatched and 42 only had 1k?

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    2. 10:19 nevermind I read that too quick

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  19. He smuggled it out and the deal went south so he was taking it back to Mexico where he would wait for another deal to be set up. Had nowhere safe to store it in the US

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  20. This was one of my dummy loads. My other men brought 16 tractor trailer loads through. Not a lot of people know this, but I'm the major connect. We fly in shipments to jfk and Anderson AFB and supply CDS and CJNG with all of their stuff. Then and ONLY then are they free to do what they please with it.

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  21. sounds like the guy bought the van at a police auction and the police failed to find the bricks! who brings sand to the beach?!?

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  22. There is stupid and then there is this guy.

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  23. Had a truck stolen in Tucson once, as I was returning to California from southern Sonora. Got the truck back a couple weeks later, dirty, but otherwise OK. Saw that spare tire was there, didn't check pressure. A few months later I was going back to Sonora and had a flat. Went to grab the spare, only to discover whoever stole the truck had left a big slash in the spare tire. I'm guessing they stole my truck and used it to transport drugs, then dumped it. Unlikely but not impossible drugs found their way into truck via other means and were forgotten about. Unusual circs for sure. Nobody is gonna knowingly smuggle that much coke into Mexico. Even if a planned deal went bad NOB, you'd probably bury it or stash it in a locker somewhere, not transport back across border.

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