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Canadian Scuba Diver Busted Trying to Smuggle Marijuana into U.S. Via Waterway

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Drug smugglers have shown no end to new ways to bring drugs into the U.S.

On Tuesday, authorities said a Canadian scuba diver tried to smuggle $40,000 worth marijuana into the U.S. by swimming across St. Clair River in Michigan, the Lansing State Journal reports.

The scuba diver, who has not yet been identified, was spotted around 1 a.m. towing a big bag in the river.

When the man emerged from the water near Marine City, he was arrested by Border Patrol agents, the Journal reported.

He was found with a large, watertight PVC cylinder full of more than 8 pounds of high-quality pot.

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Time August 21, 2013 at 12:40 pm

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Up in Smoke? 24 Tons of Cocaine in “No Peek Burn Run”
Posted on August 20, 2013 by Daniel Hopsicker

When the government of Costa Rica asked for assistance in disposing of a huge stash of cocaine and other drugs they’d accumulated during the past two years worth of drug trafficking busts—in airports, in airplanes, and on the high seas—the US was only too willing to help.

According to a spokeswoman for the DEA in Miami, it went off without a hitch. At least that’s what the DEA says. If anyone actually saw the drugs destroyed, they’re not talking.

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