EDINBURG, Texas (Border Report) — U.S. Border Patrol agents have seized multiple bundles of drugs this past holiday week in South Texas valued at over $350,000, according to a news release.
Agents on Saturday in the town of Pharr, Texas, seized six bundles of marijuana weighing over 139 pounds worth an estimated $111,000.
Around that same time near Roma in Starr County, Texas, agents chased a pickup whose driver refused to stop. After a short foot pursuit, they finally apprehended the driver who had three bundles of marijuana weighing over 159 pounds worth an estimated $127,000, the news release on Monday said.
Also on Saturday evening near Brownsville, Border Patrol agents seized three bundles of marijuana weighing over 130 pounds, and worth over $104,000. Three Mexican nationals were arrested in the incident, the news release said.
And Sunday near Garciasville, Texas, agents reported seeing a pickup
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