CBP Seizes Over $18M Worth of Methamphetamine at Pharr Port-of-Entry
PHARR – Customs and Border Protection officers seized $18.5 million worth of methamphetamine at a port-of-entry.
It happened Friday at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge.
The drugs were discovered by a K-9 officer in a tractor-trailer transporting a shipment of carrots.
Officials found more than 350 packages of the drug, weighing 929.5 pounds.
CBP seized the narcotics; the investigation is ongoing.
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