Border Patrol Arrests Man After 160 Pounds Of Meth Found In Vehicle


A man is facing charges after the Border Patrol found more than 160 pounds of meth inside a vehicle he was driving.

Agents stopped Pablo Romero-Ramirez Monday at the Falfurrias checkpoint in Brooks County. A drug-sniffing dog alerted agents to the presence of narcotics in the car and Romero-Ramirez was told to pull over for a secondary inspection.

An x-ray of the vehicle led agents to search inside the roof, where they found more than a hundred packages of meth. The suspect is set to appear in court later today.

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