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Agents Net Close to 2 Tons of Marijuana

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  1. buseman
    Edinburg, Texas - U.S. Border Patrol agents of the Rio Grande Valley sector seized nearly four thousand pounds of marijuana within a 24-hour period.

    Agents assigned to the Rio Grande City and McAllen stations made the most significant seizures.
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    On Tuesday evening, agents assigned to the McAllen station were on foot patrol near Havana on a path known for human and narcotics smuggling.

    While traversing the trail in the cover of darkness, they discovered several bundles of marijuana abandoned along the trail weighing 440 pounds.

    Rio Grande City Border Patrol agents seized 367 pounds of marijuana after encountering a group of men south of Escobares, Texas.

    Earlier in the afternoon, agents near Escobares were trekking through the brush while following foot sign and ended up seizing several large bundles of marijuana.

    Agents assigned to the Rio Grande City Border Patrol station returned to the station for processing and discovered the marijuana weighed 367 pounds.

    An additional four seizures occurred throughout the sector with a combined value of more than $3 million.

    Several arrests resulted from some of the incidents and the Drug Enforcement Administration continues its investigations.

    Wednesday, June 09, 2010
    http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/newsroom/news_releases/local/06092010_5.xml

Comments

  1. Coconut
    Oh no. Now they'll have to grow the plants all over again. They're done for!
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