Agents Seize More Than $1.3M In Drugs At Brownsville Ports Of Entry


Customs and Border Protection agents make important drug seizures at Brownsville’s ports of entry.

The CBP said yesterday three separate inspections last week yielded around one-point-three-million dollars’ worth of methamphetamine and cocaine.

The first inspection was Tuesday at the Gateway International Bridge followed by similar operations at the B&M International Bridge on Wednesday and again on Friday. In all, the agents’ actions kept more than 75 pounds of illicit drugs off the streets.

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