Cocaine, meth seized from 4 illegal Mexicans in North Carolina

Whiteville NC, Columbus County Court House

North Carolina is having problems with illegal Mexicans selling drugs which could be taken care of by securing the U.S./Mexico border! Deporting illegals without securing the border does not work as you can see Gabriel Castaneda was deported less than three months ago, and made it back to Columbus County. We also need a like Ariz. immigration law. In the case below of these illegal Mexicans would it be cheaper on we the taxpayer to have used my “How To Clean Up Immigration For DUMMIES” instead of waiting until these 4 illegal Mexicans get arrested for Cocaine, meth!

Sheriff’s detectives, accompanied by seven SBI agents and five officers from Duplin County, recently seized two kilos of powder cocaine and 88 grams of “crystal” methamphetamine near Whiteville.

The cocaine, still wrapped in heavy plastic and duct tape, is valued at $200,000 if sold on the streets. The methamphetamine would sell for “at least” $9,000.

Gabriel Castaneda, 30; Angel Castaneda, 30; Rodrigo Barron, 28; and Salvador Pineda Gutierrez, 19 – all citizens of Mexico and determined to be in the United States illegally – were arrested.

“We determined this week that all four of the Mexicans were illegally in this country. Gabriel Castaneda was deported less than three months ago, and made it back to Columbus County,” Sheriff’s Drug Detective Lt. Steve Worthington said. Keep reading at SOURCE

LINKS:

(1)  Sheriff Arpaio Opens ‘Section 1070′ to House Illegals Arrested Under New Law  By Doug Powers

(2)  North Carolina June 2010 Unemployment Numbers Not Good

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2 comments on “Cocaine, meth seized from 4 illegal Mexicans in North Carolina

  1. Nasty stuff going on right in your backyard. Don’t you wonder how and why Gabriel Castenada made it all the way back to Columbus County after being deported?

  2. Tarheeltalker says: Don’t you wonder how and why Gabriel Castenada made it all the way back to Columbus County after being deported?

    goodtimepolitics answers: Yes it does with President Obama saying that the U.S./ Mex border is secured! Is Obama telling the American people the truth or is it another one of his fish stories?

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