CBP completes ‘trifecta’ of seizures at San Diego border

Officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection completed a “trifecta” of seizures capturing trafficked narcotics, weapons, and currency in a matter of days in San Diego.

The seizures began last weekend when at least 367 packages, later identified to have properties of methamphetamine, fentanyl, and cocaine, were discovered in numerous vehicles attempting to enter the United States, according to a CBP news release.

“Officers extracted narcotics from various locations in vehicles such as the trunk, roof, firewall, air intake box, doors, floorboards, gas tanks, and quarter panels,” the release said. “The narcotics seized by CBP had a combined weight of 472 pounds with an estimated street value of $2,483,780.”

In a second incident, CBP officials seized at least one firearm, an extended magazine, roughly 30 rounds of
Read more…

Please follow and like us: