By Steve Neavling
Border Patrol agents seized more than $600,000 worth of liquid methamphetamine in Eagle Pass, Texas, while conducting checkpoint operations.
San Angelo Live reports that canines alerted agents to possible narcotics in the vehicle.
“The profit from these narcotics are more important to the criminal organizations than the negative impact they have on communities,” said Acting Del Rio Sector Chief Matthew Hudak. “I commend our agents for their hard work and dedication in removing these drugs from our streets.”
The liquid meth was found in shampoo bottles.
The driver was arrested and turned over to the DEA.