After major drug seizure in New Caney, Montgomery County Sheriff Henderson criticizes Biden administration for “unsecured border”

Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson.

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

Conroe and New Caney, May 31 – The Biden administration’s failure to secure America’s border with Mexico has led to Montgomery County, Texas, approximately 400 miles away, suffering the price in drug sales and smuggling.

On May 25, 2022, Detectives with the Montgomery County Narcotics Enforcement Team obtained information about a suspicious parcel at a UPS Store in New Caney. Upon further investigation, Detectives discovered 15 vacuum-sealed packages, each containing a vast amount of small pills.

A sample was tested and returned positive for the presence of Fentanyl. The packages are estimated to have more than 30,000 individual pills.

This is an active investigation, and no other information is available for release.

Sheriff Henderson stated, “This is an example of how an unsecured border can have a detrimental impact on our local communities. Fentanyl is an extremely dangerous, lethal drug, and we are actively working with our law enforcement partners to combat the trafficking of narcotics in Montgomery County. I am extremely proud of the work our team is doing.”



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