The Gaston Gazette reported Thursday that the pallet of a half dozen 8-square-inch beams had been welded shut and sent from Brownsville, Texas, to a shipping company in Charlotte. Authorities say the drug was detected by a canine unit of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Gaston County Police arranged for an undercover officer to deliver the pallet to the address on the package. Police say Carson David Hyde of Charlotte was arrested after accepting the shipment April 1. Police said Hyde’s name was on shipping papers.
Hyde was jailed in Gaston County. It was not immediately known if he had an attorney.
via : The Associated Press
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