1,066% Rise In Fentanyl Seizures In South Texas In 2021

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According to a report by CNN, in the fiscal year 2021, US Customs and Border Protection recorded a 1,066 percent rise in the amount of fentanyl seized in south Texas.

CBP agents confiscated 87,652 pounds of narcotics from Brownsville to Del Rio, including 588 pounds of fentanyl, a painkiller, according to the report.

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The drugs’ street worth, which comprised marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin, is estimated to be $786 million, according to CBP.

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According to the Drug Enforcement Agency, fentanyl, the most lethal drug in the United States, is 50 times more deadly than heroin and is incredibly inexpensive to manufacture.



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