Over $6.4 Million in Hard Drugs Seized at U.S. Legal Port of Entry
Over 6 million dollars worth of hard drugs were detained along the U.S. Mexico border this past week in multiple failed attempt at legal ports of entry.
Customs and Border Protection report that the Laredo field office in Texas stopped 3 separate incidents, 2 of which involved cocaine and meth detected by canine units found inside freightliner tractor trailers.
The third occurred on January the 21st, where Non Intrusive Imaging (NII) technology found 7 pounds of fentanyl inside of a truck attempting to enter the country.
The narcotics combined have an estimated street value of $6 point 4 million dollars.