Mexican Woman Arrested After Failed Cocaine Smuggling Attempt

Officers removed packages of cocaine from the rocker panels of a smuggling vehicle [Photo courtesy CBP]

TUCSON – On Monday, a Mexican national was arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers after a failed cocaine smuggling attempt Monday.

According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a 28-year-old Mexican woman was referred for secondary inspection of her Dodge sedan, as she attempted to enter the United States on Monday afternoon. Officers discovered nearly 2 dozen packages of cocaine weighing almost 51 pounds concealed within the vehicle’s rocker panels. The packages had an estimated value of in excess of $1.2 million.

3 Comments

  1. Great Job Border agents and your great drug dogs
    Wheres Gov acey Ducey voice on all these drugs and illegals crossing into his state he is supposed to be watching over ??
    He cracks down on legit pain medicine for people who needs it
    But wont lift a finger to stop illegal drugs and gang members coming into Arizona
    Ducey is worthless as a Gov.
    He has the power but refuses to use it
    That cocaine wont be at all his rich friends partys *Oh my*
    What will they do !

  2. He’s been worthless from the beginning. The only hard working politicians that represent the citizens are Gosar & Biggs. This state has become McCain corrupt by accepting $$$$ from Soros & cartels.

  3. We never hear from him
    Nor of his Opinions about Crime
    Law Enforcement or illegals
    Only Pet projects that others paid him for
    He is truely a puppet

    Maybe he is OCD cant get his hands dirty

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