May 5, 2015
TEMECULA, Calif. (AP) - Border Patrol agents have found cocaine with a street value of more than $1 million concealed in a gas tank compartment of a Mercedes-Benz stopped at a Temecula immigration
San Diego border patrol officials say in a news release an agent
stopped the car driven by a Mexican citizen, who was legally
traveling in the country.
Officials say after they questioned the driver Tuesday, a Border
Patrol K-9 unit conducted an inspection and found 11 plastic, vacuum sealed bundles of cocaine in the compartment.
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