Increase in number of liquid meth smugglers through Valley ports
WESLACO – According to Customs and Border Protection, the growing number of liquid methamphetamine coming in through Valley ports are smuggled in by mainly young-adults ages 17 to 25 years old.
Hidalgo County District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez says no matter the age of the smugglers – no one gets a free pass.
The most recent bust happened at the Anzalduas port-of-entry on Feb. 22.
CBP encountered a 20-year-old from Nuevo Leon, Mexico with 119 pounds of alleged methamphetamine.
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