CBP Officers Read Past The Ruse, Find Cocaine In Books & BrandyU.S. Customs and Border Protection said they seized over 17 pounds of cocaine from a passenger arriving from Peru at Miami International Airport on Thursday.
Computer Glitch Temporarily Knocks Out U.S. Customs Processing SystemA U.S. computer security system used to cross reference passengers against the terror watch list reportedly went down for some time Wednesday night impacting travel across the country.
Homeland Security Taking To The Sky In Drug Smuggling FightAuthorities are taking to the sky in an effort to stop the increasing flow of drugs through the Caribbean Sea.
$228K In Counterfeit Cash Seized At MIAAuthorities confiscated hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit cash at Miami International Airport.
U.S. Customs Seizes 100 Pounds Of Pot At MIAThe keen-eyed Customs and Border Protection officers at Miami International Airport seized 100 pounds of pot hidden inside large fiberglass decorative boxes.
2,167 Counterfeit Televisions Seized At PortMiamiMore than 2,000 counterfeit televisions were seized at PorMiami, according to U.S. customs officials.
Smuggler Caught Hiding Cocaine In Fried Fish At MIAU.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Miami International Airport made fish fry out of a smuggler who tried using fried fish to conceal cocaine.
Court Docs: Woman Accused Of Smuggling Used Honey To Swallow PelletsA 28-year-old Pembroke Pines woman spent five days in the hospital passing drug pellets that amounted to almost 1.5 pounds of cocaine.
Authorities Search For Men Who Jumped Off Boat At Port EvergladesAuthorities are searching for five men who were seen jumping off a boat as it pulled into Port Everglades.
MIA Pushes Mobile Passport Control AppLong lines and wait time is often part of the process when flying internationally. But, in an effort to "enhance" experience at customs, Miami International Airport is introducing a new customs mobile app.
MIA Launches New Mobile Passport Control AppFilling out forms for customs may soon be a thing of the past for some international travelers.
Flowers Checked Out By Customs Ahead Of Valentine's DayAn assembly line of flower inspectors were sifting through boxes of roses and baby’s breath Tuesday during the busiest plant processing week of the year.