Texas Deputy Finds $7M of Marijuana In Construction Equipment
April 02, 2012
A Parker County (Texas) Sheriff's deputy discovered 2,500 pounds of marijuana worth $7 million at a truck stop in Weatherford.
The deputies discovered the marijuana hidden in welded metal containers on a truck hauling construction equipment out of Mexico on Thursday. The initial deputy noticed something strange about one of the welds on a rock rake, a piece of heavy equipment used in highway construction.
Read the full story at myFOXdfw.com.
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Morning Eagle @ 4/2/2012 7:34 PM
OUTSTANDING !! That is known as paying attention to detail rather than just going through the motions. Good Job.
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