U.S. Customs And Border Protection
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at John F. Kennedy International Airport found four bottles of run in bags with a man arriving from Guyana.
Customs agents at Port Newark uncorked more than they bargained for after inspecting a ship in October.
According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the K-9 named Ari “sniffed” out an arriving passenger’s suitcase while inspecting luggage arriving from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago on July 15.
Twenty kiosks are set up in Terminal C for arriving travelers, with 10 more scheduled to be installed soon.
A Connecticut man has been accused of trying to smuggle nearly 5 pounds of cocaine inside of his luggage.
A man was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport after authorities said nearly 18 pounds of cocaine was found inside packages of powdered custard in his suitcase.
U.S. Customers and Border Protection officers made the discovery at the International and Bulk Mail Center in Jersey City.
A passenger tried to smuggle nearly eight pounds of cocaine off a flight at John F. Kennedy International Airport by hiding it inside packages of frozen meat, authorities said Monday.
The load of drugs was discovered in early January, but federal customs and border agents only announced the seizure for the first time on Thursday.
Super Bowl Sunday will include a no-fly zone, and the enforcers are well-prepared.