CBP Makes 2 Drug Busts at Juarez-Lincoln Bridge
LAREDO – U.S. Customs Border and Protection officers made two separate drug busts over the weekend at the Juarez-Lincoln International Bridge.
Officers seized nearly 200 pounds of liquid methamphetamine found in a 2011 Ford F-150 driven by a 22-year-old man. The seizure is worth more than $3 million dollars.
The driver and a passenger were arrested.
Later that same day, officers busted another driver trying to smuggle more than $300,000 worth of meth.
Officers pulled over a truck and during an inspection, 30 packages containing 16 pounds of crystal meth were found.
The drugs carry a street value of more than $328,000.
The case was turned over to Homeland Security investigators.
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