SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized more than 1,800 pounds of narcotics over the weekend worth $3.2 million.
Friday through Monday, officers intercepted 383 pounds of methamphetamine, 52 pounds of cocaine, 54 pounds of heroin and 1,340 pounds of marijuana.
The narcotics were seized at the ports of entry in San Diego and Imperial Valley Counties.
The drugs were found in floors of vehicles, a spare tire well, bumpers, a tractor-trailer, seats and quarter panels.
“CBP officers face many challenges on a daily basis,” said Pete Flores, Director of Field Operations for CBP in San Diego. “The interceptions this weekend showcase CBP’s adaptability to an ever-changing smuggling trade.”
A total of three people were arrested and turned over to Homeland Security Investigation agents for further processing.