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A “bumper crop” of meth in San Diego County

A Border Patrol drug dog helped helped find 30 bundles of methamphetamine (23.5 pounds) in the rear bumper of a 2000 Volkswagen Jetta at a checkpoint on Interstate 8 near Pine Valley in eastern San Diego County. The methamphetamine is valued at approximately $470,000.

The nervousness of the driver, a 38-year-old female U.S. citizen, made the agents suspicious. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the dog gave a “positive alert” to the rear bumper.

At the time of her arrest, the driver was on supervised release from a felony drug conviction.

Good doggie!

-Bill at

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