Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Miami International Airport have been busy lately taking more than $86 million worth of counterfeit and pirated merchandise into custody.
More than 4,000 pounds of marijuana will not make it to the streets of South Florida after it was seized at Miami Seaport.
Nearly $3 million in cocaine was seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Miami International Airport Thursday.
Governor Rick Scott appealed to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Nepolitano Thursday saying South Florida’s busiest airport is severely lacking in Customs and Border Protection agents.
With the combination of hot weather and clear sunny skies, this weekend and the Fourth of July holiday are certain to bring out the boaters.
When you can buy high-priced, brand name merchandise for cheap prices, it means it’s probably fake and more than $10 million worth of fake brand name merchandise won’t be sold in South Florida or anywhere else after being seized at Port Miami.
Seven-point-three million dollars worth of cocaine will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else after the illegal contraband was found at Port Miami.
Three children who have been missing since August were rescued by the United States Coast Guard Tuesday afternoon in a boat off the coast of Pompano Beach.
Federal border agents in Miami have been busy this holiday season. Thursday morning, Customs and Border Protection officials showed off hundreds of items that look like fun but are actually dangerous for your kids.
Police officers and federal agents swarmed U.S. 1 after a chase ended in a crash and gunfire. In the end, One person died and the other is in the hospital.