Mexico’s Protection Division mentioned Tuesday that troopers discovered over 1.83 million fentanyl drugs at a stash home within the border metropolis of Tijuana.
The division mentioned in a press release that troopers staked out the home Sunday after authorities obtained a tip that the positioning was getting used for drug trafficking.
After acquiring a search warrant, troopers discovered the almost 2 million artificial opioid drugs and 880 kilos of meth on the home, the assertion mentioned. No arrests have been made.
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Mexican cartels have used the border metropolis to press fentanyl into counterfiet drugs. They then smuggle these drugs into america.
The raid produced one of many largest seizures of fentanyl in Mexico in current months and got here solely at some point earlier than President Andrés Manuel López Obrador claimed that fentanyl isn’t made in Mexico. He made that assertion in feedback arguing that fentanyl is america’ downside, not Mexico’s.