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Man Caught Smuggling 13 Pounds of Meth Into US Via Drone

Drones generally haven't appealed to smugglers because their noise attracts attention.
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Man charged for using drone to smuggle 13 pounds of drugs from Mexico

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SAN DIEGO — A 25-year-old U.S. citizen has been charged with using a drone to smuggle more than 13 pounds of methamphetamine from Mexico by drone, an unusually large seizure for what is still a novel technique to bring illegal drugs...

Drone pilot charged with smuggling meth

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A drone’s payload is not very big, which has prevented their widespread use for smuggling drugs. But it was big enough for Jorge Edwin Rivera, 25, who has been charged FULL STORY The post Drone pilot charged with smuggling meth appe...

Drone Crashes Carrying Too Much Meth to the U. S.

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As if the U. S. Border Patrol didn’t have their hands full enough catching drug smugglers trying to get across Mexican and U. S. borders, now drones are in play. The drone, carrying 6 pounds of Meth crashed into a parked car alertin...

Meth Smugglers Tried to Sell Secret Drone Parts to China

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It began as a conspiracy by two international drug traffickers to smuggle meth into New Jersey, but ended as a plot to steal U.S. military drone technology on behalf of the Chinese. At least, that's the rather fantastic claim made b...

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How does a drug smuggler avoid border patrol on the ground? One man figured he'd fly his 13-pound (5.9 kg) haul of meth over the border from Mexico to San Diego by drone. Police busted the 25-year-old American citizen, Jorge Edwin R...


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