generators and wood to reinforce walls -- tools that can be difficult to conceal but that may not draw as much attention in Mexico as in the U.S. Officials found another drug tunnel on Aug. 16 in Nogales. The tunnel was 90 feet long, 3 feet …
Drug smugglers are endlessly ... U.S. Border Patrol agents found 16 tunnels leading to the 18 metered parking spaces on International Street. The pavement is now riddled with neat, symmetrical patches. "It's unbelievable," Nogales mayor …
U.S. police uncovered yet another underground tunnel used to smuggle drugs between Arizona and Mexico. Authorities in the U.S. and Mexico raided the passageway from both sides of the border on Thursday, Nogales International reported. …
A tunnel running 250 feet beneath the U.S.-Mexican border has been discovered fully kitted out with electricity, water pumps and ventilation. Authorities in Arizona said although they've found dozens of tunnels in Nogales ... the U.S. …
NOGALES, AZ (KOLD) - The latest drug tunnel discovered in Nogales is adding fuel to the claim that Nogales is becoming the drug tunnel capital of the United States. Wednesday's tunnel was detected when a Nogales landlord …
Woolley, assistant special agent at the Drug Enforcement Administration's offices ... that smugglers were still using the hilly landscape of Nogales to their advantage. In each case, the tunnel was connected to a city sewer line that was …
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said the 110-foot-long tunnel measured two feet wide by two feet tall, and was shored up with timber. The passageway ran about five feet below ground from the yard of a house in …
U.S. authorities have shut down a secret underground tunnel equipped with electricity, ventilation and a rail system for …
NOGALES, Ariz. — As border security has tightened, drug cartels have turned to tunneling beneath the ground to avoid detection. Nearly 170 tunnels have been found nationwide since 1990, most along the Arizona and California border …
So, it’s understandable why the city of Nogales installed parking meters on the street to make an extra profit. But it turns out the drug smugglers were the ones profiting. (PHOTOS: Drug Smuggling Submarines) The smugglers dug tunnels