Mother and sons attempt to smuggle meth across the border - Tucson News Now

Mother and sons attempt to smuggle meth across the border

CBP officers assigned to the Port of San Luis located more than 25 pounds worth of methamphetamine hidden within the rear driver's side bench seat, within a smuggling vehicle.  (Source: U.S. Custom and Border Protection) CBP officers assigned to the Port of San Luis located more than 25 pounds worth of methamphetamine hidden within the rear driver's side bench seat, within a smuggling vehicle. (Source: U.S. Custom and Border Protection)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

BorderPatrol agents in San Luis, Arizona arrest a mother and her two sons forattempting to smuggle meth across the border into the U.S. stated a recentBorder Patrol release.

BPagents conducted a secondary inspection on the trio's vehicle after a BP caninealerted to the possibility of drugs.

Accordingto the release, the agents found 14 packages of methamphetamine inside thecar. 

Thethree were taken into custody and turned over to ICE/HSI for processing, whilethe vehicle and drugs, worth an estimated $392,000 were seized by agents. 

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