Mexican National Arrested With 200 Lbs. Of Marijuana

Agents removed packages of marijuana from a vehicle stopped at the Interstate 19 immigration checkpoint

Nogales Station Border Patrol agents apprehended a 43-year-old Mexican man at the Interstate 19 Immigration Checkpoint on Sunday morning after finding more than 200 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle.

Agents referred the driver of a Ford F-150 truck for further inspection after a Border Patrol canine alerted to an odor it was trained to detect emitting from the vehicle. During a subsequent search of the truck, agents discovered multiple bundles of marijuana worth more than $100,000.

Agents seized the truck and drugs, and arrested the driver for narcotics smuggling.

1 Comment on "Mexican National Arrested With 200 Lbs. Of Marijuana"

  1. Marijuana is actually spelled mariHuana by the feds so as not to be the same. Marihuana is not a narcotic unless you follow Richard Nixon’s path “I really want to give it to the Jews over this marihuana, tie them in with the blacks like we did on heroin”. Isn’t politics fun? That president was arrested and his racist divisive policies vacated. Oh, wait, maybe not.

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