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600 Foot 'Drug Tunnel' Stretching From Arizona To Mexico Found Under Old KFC

600 Foot 'Drug Tunnel' Stretching From Arizona To Mexico Found Under Old KFC
Homeland Security Investigations and Yuma Sector Border Patrol

A routine traffic stop led police to discover $1 million worth of narcotics and a secret tunnel from the U.S. to Mexico.


In what resembled a scene from hit shows like Weedsor Breaking Bad, authorities in Arizona discovered a tunnel leading from an abandoned KFC restaurant in San Luis, AZ to a house over the border in San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico. The tunnel which was used to smuggle narcotics by pulling a rope was over 600 feet long, 22 feet deep, 5 feet high and 3 feet wide.

When officers pulled over Ivan Lopez, who owns the building, drug sniffing dogs found two containers holding over $1 million in methamphetamine, cocaine, fentanyl, and heroin. The discovery of the drugs led to a search of Lopez's home and property where the tunnel was located.


The tunnel found in a chicken restaurant of course brought comparisons to another well known chicken joint.







Now about that wall.









Better get back to the drawing board on that wall plan.

H/T: BBC, Now This