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The authorities have imprisoned a person with a 24-shampoo bottles, liquid cocaine, with an estimated amount of more than $400,000.
The drugs were discovered in the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, texas on Monday, according to the U. s. Customs and Border Protection website. The suspect was allegedly attempting to smuggle 35 kilos of liquid cocaine.
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The AUTHORITY has determined that the suspect and a 26-year-old Colombian citizen.
“Our employees are the first line of defense in our ports-of-entry, so they can be educated and trained in the various smuggling methodologies that people use to get illegal goods into the U.S.,” said CBP Port Director, Shawn Polley, in a statement. “We take every opportunity to intercept illegal goods, before being released into our communities, and in this case, it was the 35 pounds of a liquid cocaine.”
According to the release, CBP officers contacted the suspect as he picked up his checked-in baggage is based on their intuition. After interrogation, the man, and they decided to explore in his pockets, where they found two of the dozens of shampoo bottles are packed among his clothes.
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When a K-9 officer was brought to the scene, they reported that the drugs were present. After the test, the contents of the bottles were identified as fluid in this study.
The defendant was forced to return to Colombia, as well as the drugs that were seized by the Houston Police Department, the CBP said. The investigation is reportedly still ongoing.