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Agents disrupt meth smuggling attempt
US border guards from the El Centro sector arrested a US citizen on Saturday evening for allegedly trying to smuggle methamphetamine.
The incident happened around 10 p.m. when agents came across a vehicle at the Dillion Road exit near Interstate 10 and Highway 86. During the encounter, a K-9 team alerted the rear of the vehicle, which led to the discovery of four black duffel bags in the back seat.
The bags reportedly contained a total of 131 vacuum-sealed bags, the contents of which tested positive for methamphetamine. The total weight of the methamphetamine was 164.67 pounds with an estimated value of $ 444,420.
Agents arrested the man and took him to the Indio Border Patrol Station for further processing.
The driver, vehicle, and meth were later turned over to the U.S. Drug Administration.
Community clean-up event announced
The next community clean-up event in this city is for Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at CR&R, 599 E. Main St.
Items that can be dropped off include furniture such as sofa beds, sofas, and tables; Garden waste; Large appliances and televisions.
This event is only intended for private customers of El Centro. Proof of residence is required.
For more information, contact CR&R Services at (760) 482-5656.
Two rescue rescued in Jacumba Wilderness
US border guards from the El Centro sector rescued a man and woman who had illegally entered the US in the Jacumba wilderness area on Saturday evening.
As reported in a statement from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency, the incident occurred around 4:50 p.m. when agents from El Centro met the Mexican citizens about 3.5 miles north of the border. Agents carried out social checks and found the woman had a heat-related illness and needed further medical attention due to severe dehydration. Ambulance took her to a local hospital, where she made a full recovery.
The press release said the man was in good health and was taken to the El Centro sector processing center. Both people are processed accordingly.
Since October, agents from the El Centro sector border patrol have rescued 233 migrants who have either been abandoned by smugglers, lost or in distress.
—Tom Bodus, email@example.com
Supervisors weigh the resolution to assist the community’s reviewers
At the request of Imperial County’s Chief Parole Officer Dan Prince, Imperial County’s Board of Directors will today consider making July 18-24 the week of pre-trial, probation and probation.
The American Probation and Parole Association founded the Observation and encourages all citizens and organizations to honor community correction professionals and recognize their achievements.
The resolution, which the overseers are likely to approve, will uphold the law with dignity while recognizing the public’s right to protection from criminal activity.
The resolution also states that community correction professionals will advocate community and restorative justice, and restore confidence and create hope in their communities.
—Michael Maresh, firstname.lastname@example.org