CBP Makes Massive Meth Bust At South Texas International Bridge


U.S. Customs and Border Protection says officers in South Texas are responsible for keeping a massive shipment of methamphetamine from making it into the United States.  A commercial truck at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge was physically searched after officers used imaging devices and a drug detection dog during their first inspection of the vehicle.  The search found nearly 12-hundred pounds of meth in the trailer.  Officials estimated the value of the drugs at around 16-point-five-million-dollars.

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