In Guadalajara, the Jalisco Attorney General’s Office, helped by trained dogs, seized “crystal meth”, whose destination was Mérida.
GUADALAJARA — Jalisco police stopped a narcotics shipment that was destined for Merida.
According to milenio.com, the narcotics were found at a parcel company in the colony El Rosario, in Guadalajara.
Trained dogs of the Attorney General’s Office detected the shipment of 665 grams of a material with similar characteristics to the drug crystal meth, inside a box bound for the city of Merida.
The dog named “Killer” found a letterhead box labeled “Betterware”, which contained clothes and three plastic cans, which contained chocolate powder and vanilla flavoring.
In each of the cans were found plastic wrappers containing crystalline granules with characteristics of crystal meth, weighing approximately 665 grams, with the shipment sender in the Lomas de San Agustín colony, in San Pedro Tlaquepaque.
The drug, classified as among “the most dangerous in the world”, was made available to the corresponding public prosecutor for its due investigation.
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