There was an anonymous tip leaked about a male in a Toyota that had large suspicious packages believed to be drugs. The suggestion was sent to the Mexican Army and the Baja State Preventive Police, who then were on stand by looking for the car description they had received. They located a matching vehicle and performed a routine traffic stop and noticed how strange and nervous the driver was acting.
The driver, Victor, was asked to step out of the car as they performed a search on the vehicle. They found 498 pounds of methamphetamine in his car, located in plastic storage bins. They also found three rifles and a handgun with quite a bit of ammunition. The driver was taken in and then turned over to the state attorney general’s office.
High-quality but affordable methamphetamine is listed as one of the main factors for the record-breaking violence in Tijuana. Texas local law enforcement sources indicate that most of the murders are related to meth dealt street-level by gangs that operate on behalf of the major cartels. In 2018 Tijuana recorded 2,518 homicides and 1,375 already in 2019. In comparison to San Diego homicides in 2018 being at 35.
El Centro and Calexico Border Protection along with U.S. Customs, made three seizures during this past week. They resulted in the impounding of 524 pounds of meth, sixty-four pounds of heroin, and five pounds of cocaine at a total worth of $2,919,634. Resulting in the arrests of four people, three being U.S citizens and one Mexican national.
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