Comments Off on Pablo Jimenez arrested after Tezas Department of Public Safety Troopers find 821 pounds of Methamphetamine hidden in tires of truck near Kenedy County on Highway 77

A man is behind bars after he allegedly hid methamphetamine in his truck’s tires to smuggle into Dallas.

The incident happened July 22nd as Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers stopped a Ford F-150 truck near Kenedy County on Highway 77 for a defective stop light.

DPS came in contact with driver Pablo Jimenez.

Documents stated that Jimenez gave the troopers permission to search the vehicle.

While searching the truck, troopers found a total of 821 pounds of meth hidden in metal compartments of each of the four tires.

Jimenez was taken into custody, and allegedly admitted he knew the drugs were in the vehicle.

He reportedly told DPS that he was going to get paid for smuggling the drugs to Dallas.

Jimenez is expected to be in court Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. with Magistrate Judge Ronald G. Morgan.

 

 

 

 

 

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