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Crime Teen accused of using remote-controlled car to smuggle meth

12:58  20 november  2019
12:58  20 november  2019 Source:   cbsnews.com

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When an agent approached the boy, he had a remote - controlled car and two large duffel bags in his possession. The agent questioned the boy and The agent found 50 packages of methamphetamine and arrested the teen on drug smuggling charges. CPB said the 55.84-pound bundle has an

This isn't the first time a remote - controlled device was used to attempt to transport drugs across the border. According to CBP, a 25-year-old man was arrested for flying a remote - controlled drone carrying 12 packages of meth across the border in 2017. First published on November 19, 2019 / 6

A 16-year-old U.S. citizen was arrested Sunday after he attempted to use a remote-controlled car to smuggle methamphetamine across the U.S.-Mexico border. The bundle is estimated to be worth more than $100,000.

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In the teen 's possession was a remote - controlled car and two large duffel bags. PHOTO: U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a 16-year-old boy on Sunday who was using a remote - controlled car to transport methamphetamine across the University chemistry professors accused of making meth .

Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) stationed in San Diego saw a person with duffel bags walking along the secondary border wall. Other agents responded to the scene and found the suspect hiding in thick brush near the border.

When an agent approached the boy, he had a remote-controlled car and two large duffel bags in his possession. The agent questioned the boy and searched his bags, discovering he is a 16-year-old U.S citizen.

The agent found 50 packages of methamphetamineand arrested the teen on drug smuggling charges. CBP said the 55.84-pound bundle has an estimated value of $106,096.

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A 16-year-old boy allegedly tried to smuggle methamphetamine across the U.S.-Mexico border with a remote - controlled car This attempt comes two years after drug traffickers flew a remote - controlled drone to drop a 13-pound package of methamphetamine across the border, also resulting in an arrest.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a 16-year-old boy accused of using a remote - controlled car to smuggle over 0,000 worth of After agents arrested the boy, they found he’d been carrying a remote - controlled car and two duffel bags containing over 50 packages of the narcotics.

"I am extremely proud of the agents' heightened vigilance and hard work in stopping this unusual smuggling scheme," San Diego Sector Chief Patrol Agent Douglas Harrison said in a press release Tuesday.

This isn't the first time a remote-controlled device was used to attempt to transport drugs across the border. According to CBP, a 25-year-old man was arrested for flying a remote-controlled drone carrying 12 packages of meth across the border in 2017.

Woman tries to smuggle drugs in bag of chips to inmate, authorities say .
A woman is in jail after deputies say she used a potato chip bag to try to smuggle drugs to an inmate at the San Joaquin County Honor Farm facility. Surveillance cameras captured Myra Howard, 30, throwing away the bag of Lay's barbecue chips at the jail Friday. Sign up for our Newsletters Investigators found a plastic bag full of meth, marijuana, pills, tobacco and a "a green leafy substance soaked in an unknown substance" stuffed into theSurveillance cameras captured Myra Howard, 30, throwing away the bag of Lay's barbecue chips at the jail Friday.

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