LAREDO, Texas – U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents stopped more than $4 million worth of hard drugs from entering the U.S this weekend at the Laredo Port of Entry.
In two separate incidents, officers used a dog and nonintrusive imaging inspection to find pounds of crystal methamphetamine and cocaine, according to a news release.
On June 28, an officer inspected a Dodge Caravan and found 194 pounds of alleged crystal meth, according to a news release.
The next day, an officer found 29 pounds of alleged cocaine within a Ford pickup, according to a news release.
CBP said the narcotics combined have an estimated street value of $4,124,172.
Both drivers in the incidents have been arrested, according to the news release.