Dec 7, 2015
Carrots, cucumbers and cocaine – oh my!

According to Fox 7 News, cocaine and marijuana were found in two separate shipments of produce at the Texas border.

Here’s more from the story: “Within a matter of hours, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations seized almost $2 million in cocaine and marijuana from two separate shipments of produce at the Pharr International Bridge in south Texas.”

“This was definitely a productive weekend at our Pharr, Texas cargo facility,” said Acting Port Director Javier Cantu, Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas Port of Entry. “Our frontline officers accomplished these extraordinary seizures of narcotics while still processing legitimate importations, an outstanding and sometimes unnoticed aspect of our job duties.”

Read more here.





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