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U.S. Customs Seize Truck From Ontario Filled With Ecstasy Pills

Discussion in 'Article Archive' started by jholmes800, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. jholmes800

    jholmes800 Titanium Member

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    Oct 4, 2006
    37 y/o from U.S.A.
    Two Canadians are in custody in Detroit on suspicion of trying to cross the border in a truck filled with Ecstasy pills.

    U.S. customs officers said they seized nearly 600,000 of the pills from a tractor-trailer that was heading across the Ambassador Bridge. The bridge connects Detroit with Windsor, Ontario.

    Customs official Ron Smith said the two suspects claimed to be hauling an empty truck and said they had nothing to declare.The pills were found in the truck's sleeper compartment during a secondary inspection, along with about eight pounds of marijuana, officials said.

    The suspects, aged 26 and 32, are Toronto residents originally from India

  2. vantranist

    vantranist Silver Member

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    Jun 23, 2006
    from antigua_and_barbuda
    You would think they would be smarter and try not to have middle eastern looking people trying to sneek it over the boarders... cmon thats just common sense.:snort: