LOS ANGELES -- A Long Beach man is charged with attempting to smuggle more than four pounds of methamphetamine out of the U.S. in packages designed to resemble a well-known brand of candy bar....
Harris was was searched after baggage inspectors became suspicious of what appeared to be a large box of candy bars inside his checked luggage.
Upon closer inspection, CBP officers discovered the 45 individually wrapped, full-sized candy bars which contained a white substance that was subsequently determined to be methamphetamine.
According to the criminal complaint, each bar was coated in a chocolate-like substance to make the contents of the package appear to be a real candy bar.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
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Man Accused of Smuggling Meth Disguised as Candy Bars - ktla.com