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A grandmother and her granddaughter, have been trapped near the U.S.-mexico border on Sunday, an attempt to smuggle more than 200 pounds of methamphetamine in California, the authorities said.
The U. s. Customs and Border Protection officers have been arrested, the 65-year-old woman and her 19-year-old grand-daughter – both U.S. citizens – at the Andrade Port of Entry, in the southeastern part of California, according to a CBP news release.
The CBP says it seized more than 200 pounds, have been trapped at the Andrade Port of Entry this week.
A CBP canine had alerted the officers to a 2006 Dodge Durango, as the thread by means of a vehicle and lanes of travel. The Durango has been referred for further investigation, the Dutch dpa said.
The officers found about 300 packets of methamphetamine in the vehicle’s roof, doors, and quarter panels. The drugs are said to have an estimated street value of more than $416,000.
Border authorities seized the vehicle and turned the women over to Homeland Security Investigation agents for further processing.
OHIO, AND CUSTOMS OFFICERS TO SEIZE 3,700 ‘MINIMALLY INVASIVE’ BECAUSE OF SCRATCHING, HIDDEN IN SHIPMENTS FROM CHINA, HONG KONG, HONG KONG: OFFICIALS
CBP officers arrested the two refugees in the border with California, this week, a Mexican national, who has an active felony warrant for sexual offenses with a minor, in the Southern part of California, and a 23-year-old AMERICAN citizen who has an active warrant for murder in Colorado.
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“These cases are just a few examples of some of the fears of AUTHORITY of the officers to catch it on a day to day basis,” said Pete Flores, Director of Field Operations for CBP in San Diego, california. “The CBP officers to be vigilant to stop those who do harm in our communities, at the border, in ad-they’re trying to get to the US?