Teen used remote-controlled car to smuggle meth across Mexico border into US

Teen used remote-controlled car to smuggle meth across Mexico border into US

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested for using a remote-controlled car to smuggle more than $100,000-worth of meth across the US-Mexico border. US Border Patrol agents spotted the teen along a border wall on Sunday near San Diego. After agents arrested the boy, they found he’d been carrying a remote-controlled car and two duffel bags containing 50 packages of the narcotics, weighing nearly 56lbs.

Sandra
Sandra
david dindu
david dindu 4 months

take away his daca status

porcus
porcus 4 months

Why not just use a catapult system?

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 4 months

but..but..but poc are all victims, this must be because the evil white man made em do it! -The left.

Mister Manager
Mister Manager 4 months

Methamphetamine is not a narcotic, you muppets

MoralKombat
MoralKombat 4 months

Should have dug a tunnel.

Binx1
Binx1 4 months

the wall is so stupid. should have used drones and night vision cameras. would have cost way less, disruption of wildlife and landowners and environment. i set this for about three months ago when it was talked about but the wall was actually being built when Obama was President

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