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-- -- gloomy magnets to large tracts of marijuana that stick in that under vehicles hoping drivers will blindly meal them from Tijuana.
And into Southern California.
If they -- -- police officials say it's commuters using this century lane who are being targeted police spokesperson Ernesto Alvarado says the first incident they investigated happened three months ago to young women under way to San -- were detained before crossing the border after Mexican authorities found one pack of marijuana under their vehicle.
Since -- -- -- -- police say they've seen eight cases just like it in one case fifteen packs of marijuana.
Were found under this pickup truck.
US immigration and customs enforcement officials say they are aware of the situation but stress there's little they can do even if you're innocent the burden is on -- have to defend San Diego attorney during Hirsch who crosses the border at least once a week says it's up to strive to -- -- back.
And watch over their vehicle -- says you could end up facing criminal charges even if you're innocent.
Figures it if you thought.
That we're in it and you -- and Christian Della -- Fox 5 News.