Customs officers made a huge drug bust at the Pharr International Bridge. A Customs and Border Protection statement says the incident happened during an inspection of a tractor trailer at a cargo area on the bridge port of entry. A scan of the contents which was a load of vegetables revealed the trailer also contained 80-packages that had cocaine weighing 200-pounds. The truck and cargo were seized. The drugs have an estimated street value of one-point-five-million-dollars. There is no word yet on whether charges will be filed in the case.
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