That's a buncha weed!
Good job Border Patrol!
A B- for the attempted fake Deputy Sheriff line.
BROWNSVILLE — The Border Patrol seized more than 5,000 pounds of marijuana, worth about $4.4 million, in three busts across South Texas, including some from a bogus sheriff's vehicle, officers said.
Agents in the Freer area Wednesday stopped a pickup with lights and decals indicating it belonged to the Webb County Sheriff's Department after verifying that the department didn't have one there and all its vehicles were accounted for.
The driver said he was a deputy, then admitted that he was not, Border Patrol officers said. He was arrested after 1,018 pounds of pot were found in the cab, the Border Patrol said.
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