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Drugs with an estimated street value of more than $1 million were found at a California immigration checkpoint, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced.
Authorities said Thursday they found the drugs when a 24-year-old man from Mexico approached the El Centro Sector checkpoint on Highway 86 in a Nissan Versa. The man, who presented a valid border crossing card, was referred to a secondary inspection to evaluate his documents and vehicle.
The article goes on to state the following:
Agents uncovered 33 packages hidden in a floorboard in the car — including eight packages of fentanyl, with an estimated street value of $997,680. Twenty-five other packages contained methamphetamine.
Drugs with an estimated street value of more than $1 million were found at a California immigration checkpoint.https://t.co/2bW6P9nPDv
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 21, 2019
— FAIR (@FAIRImmigration) April 21, 2019
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