Kush Chronicles: SCUBA Diver Popped Trying To Smuggle $40,000 Of Mary Jane From Canada To Michigan!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Arrests, Drugs Are Bad M'kay, Kush Chronic-les


Swimming that good across the border?? That’s a new one…

SCUBA Diver Caught Trying To Smuggle 8 Pounds Of Kush Into Michigan From Canada

Via DailyMail

A scuba diver has been arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle eight pounds of Mary Jane from Canada into the U.S. by swimming underneath a busy shipping lane.

Border agents swooped at around 1am yesterday morning after the frogman surfaced near Marine City, Michigan, on the American side of the St.Clair River.

They later recovered a waterproof canister containing the drugs, which have a street value of around $40,000, tied to a seawall ladder.

The authorities swooped after St. Clair County dispatch received a tip-off that someone was swimming across the river south of Sarnia.

Scuba kush

A camera operator at Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Harrison Township picked up the swimmer and noticed he appeared to be towing a ‘dry bag’.

Border patrol agents on the ground in Marine City, Michigan were quickly alerted and prepared a welcoming committee.

Authorities described the swim across a one kilometer wide section of the river which is a busy shipping channel as particularly foolhardy especially in the middle of the night.

Greg Grogan, a public affairs officer with U.S. Customs and Border Protection said: ‘If there’s a freighter coming through there, there’s no way for a freighter to stop. That’s a very, very dangerous thing to do.’

This guy was trippin’, SCUBA diving with 8 pounds??? SMH

Image via Shutterstock/U.S. Customs

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