Nearly 3,000 pounds of methamphetamine found in carrot shipment at U.S.-Mexico border

A 44-year-old truck driver is in federal custody after he allegedly tried to cross into the U.S. from Mexico at the Otay Mesa border checkpoint in San Diego with roughly 3,000 pounds of meth hidden amid a large shipment of carrots.

The driver arrived in a commercial tractor trailer just before noon on March 17 with a valid border crossing card and a shipping manifest that said he was hauling carrots, according to CBP.

But a secondary inspection revealed suspicious packages hidden underneath the bunches of carrots — exactly 574 packages that tested positive for methamphetamine, according to officials.


You May Also Like

9 thoughts on “Nearly 3,000 pounds of methamphetamine found in carrot shipment at U.S.-Mexico border

  1. My brother suggested I might like this website He was totally right This post actually made my day You cannt imagine just how much time I had spent for this information Thanks.

  2. In return, I would like to extend my support by visiting your website as well. I believe in fostering a sense of community and reciprocity, and I’m eager to see what you have to offer on your platform.

  3. You’re welcome! Thank you for your understanding. If you have any specific questions, topics, or areas of interest you’d like to explore, feel free to share them. Whether it’s about technology trends, scientific discoveries, literary analysis, or any other subject, I’m here to provide information and assistance. Just let me know how I can assist you further, and I’ll be happy to help!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *