CBP Officers seize 11.64 kilograms of cocaine at El Paso, Texas port of entry.Posted on May 14, 2009
On May 14, 2009 a 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 entered the El Paso port of entry from Mexico. A CBP officer selected the vehicle for a secondary exam during which CBP drug sniffing dog “Boomer” alerted to the vehicle. CBP officers continued their exam and spotted black taped bundles inside the frame of the vehicle. CBP officers probed the bundle producing a white powder which tested positive for cocaine. CBP officers removed a total of 26 cocaine-filled bundles from the frame of the truck. The weight of the seized contraband was 11.64 kilograms.