CBP Seizes Over $700K Worth of Cocaine at Pharr Intl. Bridge
PHARR - A bust at the Pharr International Bridge led to the seizure of more than $700,000 worth of cocaine.
Officials with Customs and Border Protection say the drugs were found in a commercial truck arriving from Mexico.
The cocaine weighed 96 pounds.
The driver, a 39-year old man from Matamoros, was taken into custody.
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