Marijuana hidden in garbage truck seized at Blue Water Bridge

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The trash hauler which held the concealed marijuana (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) seized over 1,000 pounds of marijuana hidden in a garbage truck which was trying to cross the border at Sarnia's Blue Water Bridge Sunday evening.

The driver of the truck told a CBP officer that he was transporting municipal trash to New Boston, Michigan. The officer referred the driver to a secondary inspection, where officers found the marijuana in garbage bags loaded into the back of the truck.

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"Traffickers will use any means to attempt to transport illegal narcotics across our borders," said April Donaghy, acting port director at the Port Huron Area Port of Entry, in a press release. "Our officers are highly trained to spot inconsistencies, and I'm proud of their actions leading to such a significant seizure."

CBP is reporting a significant increase in the amount of narcotics seized at Michigan ports of entry in the past 12 months.

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