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High-Tech X-ray Detects Illegal Exportation of $20,000 Douglas Port of Entry

By buseman, Jun 23, 2010 | Updated: Jun 23, 2010 | | |
  1. buseman
    Douglas, Ariz. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers stopped an illegal exportation of currency.

    CBP officers conducting southbound operations searched a vehicle utilizing a high-tech x-ray machine which led to the discovery of the illegal exportation of undeclared currency.

    On June 17, at approximately 12:30 p.m., CBP officers were screening travelers going into Mexico as part of a southbound operation.

    The CBP officers selected a vehicle being driven by a 25-year-old man. The man was identified as a U.S. citizen and resident of Albuquerque, N.M. The man had approximately $5,000 on his person.

    The CBP officers became suspicious of the man’s demeanor. The man’s vehicle was searched with a high-tech x-ray unit which resulted in the discovery of three packages of U.S. currency concealed in the dash area behind the stereo unit.

    The total amount of currency being smuggled was $20,000. The man was attempting to circumvent the currency reporting requirements.

    CBP officers seized the undeclared currency. The man was turned over to the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement for further investigation and prosecution.

    A criminal complaint is simply the method by which a person is charged with criminal activity and raises no inference of guilt. An individual is presumed innocent until competent evidence is presented to a jury that establishes guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

    The Office of Field Operations is responsible for securing our borders at the ports of entry. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers’ primary mission is anti-terrorism; they screen all people, vehicles, and goods entering the United States, while facilitating the flow of legitimate trade and travel into and out of the United States.

    Their mission also includes carrying out traditional border-related responsibilities, including narcotics interdiction, enforcing immigration law, protecting the nation’s food supply and agriculture industry from pests and diseases, and enforcing trade laws.

    While anti-terrorism is the primary mission of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the inspection process at the ports of entry associated with this mission results in impressive numbers of enforcement actions in all categories.
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    Monday, June 21, 2010
    http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/newsroom/news_releases/local/06212010_3.xml

Comments

  1. godztear
    Wouldn't it be something if the guy was just trying to move to Mexico to get away from his cheating wife? I would laugh.
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