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Agents' drug seizures skyrocket along the border

JOHN MACCORMACK

drug search

BILLY CALZADA
SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS

Border Patrol agents examine a truck tailgate for signs of concealed drugs at the Cline checkpoint on U.S. 90 east of Del Rio.

CLINE

After a young man pulled up recently to the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint here on a two-lane stretch of U.S. 90 with a load of plywood, things quickly went downhill.

“He couldn’t quite answer the questions. Citizenship? Where are you headed today?” recalled Border Patrol Supervisor Allen Goulas. “And he couldn’t tell us why he went to Del Rio to get a stack of plywood for a house his uncle was building in Uvalde.”

The drug dog checking traffic found the bulky load very stimulating, and after the vehicle was pulled over for a closer inspection, the clues quickly multiplied.

For starters, the logo letters sprayed on the side of the stack didn’t quite line up — suggesting the plywood had been restacked — and a hand-held density meter indicated internal anomalies.

Agents soon discovered a hollowed out compartment inside the plywood stuffed with about 400 pounds of marijuana. The drugs and truck were seized, and the driver was arrested.

Lately, agents in South Texas have had a lot to celebrate, as seizures — principally marijuana — have skyrocketed.

In one seven-day period in January, agents in the Rio Grande Valley sector seized more than 16 tons of marijuana. Noteworthy was a bust of more than 9,000 pounds on Jan. 19 at the Falfurrias checkpoint on U.S. 281.

All told, more than 70 tons of marijuana were seized along the Rio Grande Valley in December and January, more than triple the haul for the same two months a year ago, when 23 tons were seized.

In four days last week, agents in the Rio Grande Valley seized 5 more tons of marijuana. Agents at the Falfurrias checkpoint also made the largest methamphetamine bust in Border Patrol history when they found 312 pounds of Mexican meth hidden in a load of grapefruit.

Marijuana seizures in the Laredo and Del Rio sectors for December and January are also running ahead of last year.

The ruses and tricks used by the smugglers are ever-changing. Agents have found drugs in mail trucks, a school bus, concrete pipe, Sheet Rock and pallets of bricks.

The reasons for the sudden surge remain unclear. The Drug Enforcement Administration in Houston did not respond to repeated calls to talk about the increase.

Increased drug enforcement efforts may be forcing smugglers to take greater risks, John Lopez, a spokesman for the U.S. Border Patrol in Edinburg, said.

Houston Chronicle


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