Suspect with U.S. passport stopped in Mexican airport with cocaine in stomach

A man with 69 capsules of cocaine was arrested in the Tijuana international airport in Mexico after displaying signs of stomach pain at the baggage claim.  The suspect, Abel Valencia Díaz (23), carried a U.S. passport, but is originally from Jalisco, Azteca Noticias reports. He had  swallowed 46 capsules, hidden 14 in his underwear, and concealed nine in his pants pockets. The cocaine weighed an approximate total of 800 grams. A black backpack containing a laptop computer, two cell phones, a voter registration card, a U.S. passport, and a flight itinerary from Guadalajara was seized. Read Article

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