ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (KFOX14/CBS4) — A mother and daughter are accused of trafficking about 41.88 pounds of meth in Alamogordo, New Mexico, according to El Paso Sector Border Patrol Chief Anthony Scott Good.
Alamogordo station agents found meth stashed inside the compartments of a sedan, Good stated on Twitter.
The drugs have a street value of over $1.3 million, Good said.
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An El Paso Border Patrol spokesman Fidel Baca said more information could not be released because of an open investigation.
The Drug Enforcement Agency took over the case, Baca said.
We are working to learn more information.
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