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96 kilograms of suspected cocaine seized at Ambassador Bridge

More than 96 kilograms of suspected cocaine was seized at the end of July at the Ambassador Bridge.
96.7 kilograms of cocaine was seized by Canada Border Services Agency on July 30, 2019. (CBSA)

More than 96 kilograms of suspected cocaine was seized at the end of July at the Ambassador Bridge.

On July 30, a tractor trailer was referred for secondary inspection, where Canadian Border Services Agency officers and drug detector dogs found 80 bricks of suspected cocaine inside the vehicle. 

The driver, a 27-year-old from Lasalle, Quebec, was arrested and charged with importing and possession for the purposes of trafficking. 

More CBSA seizures at the Ambassador Bridge:

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