Mexico: increased security contributes to creativeness of moving illegal drugs

Posted on August 30, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Mexico reported given the increased security, particularly in the border of Mexico and the United States, drug traffickers have devised various methods to cross their drug shipments. From using tunnels, catapults, submarines and aircraft, to hide narcotics in clothing, septic tanks, in shoes, in plaster statues in food jars and even in wheelchairs, have been some of their strategies. The most recent case occurred in Sonora, where a couple was arrested for possession of 210 grams of methamphetamine hidden in packaging made six cakes. Detainees were traveling in a passenger bus in the International Highway 15 Mexico-Nogales number. The drugs that were seized amounted to five thousand 250 doses.In this same state, on 11 July, federal police captured three people carrying more than three kilos of heroin in his shoes. The subjects, who were heading to Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, traveling in a car that he scored the highest in the National Road Tijuana, on the stretch of Agua Prieta. Read Article

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