SHAMELESS: USDA Employee Caught Using Work Vehicle to Pick Up Cocaine At the Border

This USDA worker, who also had a previous felony, was caught using his work vehicle to buy cocaine at the Texas border. Check it out…

MCALLEN, Texas — An employee with the U.S. Department of Agriculture is believed to have been using his work vehicle and his job as a cover to pick up drugs at the Texas Border.

Court records obtained by Breitbart-Texas show that federal agents and local police arrested 27-year-old Mario Guadalupe Saenz at a shopping center in this border city where he was expected to deliver the drugs.

The arrest comes after authorities carried out a surveillance operation where they saw Saenz drive his work truck around the border fence towards a brushy area from where he picked up a duffel bag that had several bricks that ended up being approximately 20 pounds of cocaine.

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Agents with Homeland Security Investigations, USDA’s Inspector General and McAllen Police arrested Saenz at the business parking lot seizing the bag with drugs and finding a .40 caliber handgun with two loaded magazines in the vehicle. Since Saenz had previous felony convictions he is not able to legally possess a weapon and had been serving a probation term, court records show.

Read more: Breitbart

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