Border Patrol surprises 5 women with fentanyl hidden in their private parts
The cases of women trying to cross the border Come in Mexico and the United States with fentanyl hidden in their private parts. Between February and so far in March, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP for its acronym in English) arrested four women; three of them Americans, who tried to enter the step, texaswith drug wrappers that they hid in the vaginal cavity.
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The case that most caught the attention of the agents was that of a 19-year-old girl with 0.26 pounds of fentanyl, who was two months pregnant and who put her life at risk, since the condom in which she carried the drug was about to explode inside her body. She was captured in Bridge of the Americas.
On February 24, CBP agents at the Port of Ysleta arrested another 31-year-old US citizen with .394 pounds of fentanyl. Four days later, on February 28, another 42-year-old woman was captured at the Paso Del Norte crossing with .293 pounds of the same drug. In this second case it was a dog that alerted the police.
A similar situation was recorded with a 39-year-old woman who was trying to pass 0.17 pounds of fentanyl into her rectal area. Finally, another 27-year-old was taken into custody with a bag concealed in her bra area.
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