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  1. Terrapinzflyer
    U.S. border officials seizes 21 kg of Ecstasy at NY-Canadian border

    LEWISTON, N.Y. - Federal officers say they found 21 kilograms of Ecstasy stashed in a car at the U.S. border and arrested its Canadian driver.

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection says 77,856 tablets worth $1.5 million were detected with X-ray technology at the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge in western New York Feb. 19.

    They were in the rear quarter panels wrapped in cellophane, dryer sheets and electrical tape.

    The 53-year-old driver, Rawle Younge of Brampton, Ont., said he was on his way to New York City before undergoing a secondary inspection.

    He's in custody on charges of importation and possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

    A niece, Janelle Younge, reached on Monday, said Younge was driving a rental vehicle and doubted the pills were his.

    22/02/2010 6:54 PM



  1. Terrapinzflyer
    Man indicted for bringing drugs into US
    BUFFALO, N.Y.- U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today that Rawle Arlington Younge, 53, of Brampton, Ontario, has been indicted for importing ecstasy into the United States via the Lewiston Bridge. The charges carry a maximum penalty of twenty years in prison, a fine of $1,000,000 or both.

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael L. McCabe, who is handling the case, stated that the charges stem from an incident at the Lewiston border crossing on February 19, 2010. During inspection, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers discovered tens of thousands of pills packaged inside the driver and rear passenger doors of a vehicle driven by Younge. Officers seized over 18,000 ecstasy pills along with more than 52,000 pills containing "BZP" (benzylpiperazine), another controlled substance similar to ecstasy.

    The Indictment is the culmination of an investigation on the part of officers from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Special Agents from the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement under the direction of Lev Kubiak.

    The fact that a defendant has been charged with a crime is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

    Thursday, 26 Aug 2010,
    Eli George


    Comment: So it sounds like 1/4 of the pills were actually MDx and the other 3/4 were BZP. While not enough information is provided this would not be the first case of identical pressed "ecstasy" pills coming down from Canada where a small portion of the pills were really "ecstasy" and the bulk were "ecstasy mimics". Greedy bastards, and yet another reason why "pill ID's" are worthless.
  2. reylids
    Good get those BZP pills outta here
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