CBP officials to find $4M in suspected meth hidden in pickles cargo


U.S. Customs and Border Coverage officials exposed greater than $four million in suspected methamphetamine this month in a tractor-trailer hauling a industrial cargo of unpolluted cucumber pickles.

CBP officials assigned to the Pharr-Reynosa World Bridge shipment facility in Texas discovered the medication on April 17 hidden a few of the pickles in 114 plastic-wrapped applications, officers stated.

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CBP South Texas tweeted an image of the medication smuggled within the produce, describing them as “funky pickles.”