On Tuesday February 1, 2011, Los Angeles Police arrested former USC quarterback Mitch Mustain for suspicion of selling prescription drugs. Mustain was shortly released on bail with no charges against him.
Late Tuesday night, at 8:10 p.m. LAPD arrested former USC quarter back Mitch Mustain. Mustain, 22, was arrested for allegedly trying to sell Adderall, an amphetamine, to an undercover agent. The arrest took place in the San Fernando Valley by the West Valley Division of the LAPD. Mustain was escorted to the Van Nuys Jail and booked at 10:44 p.m. Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson Bruce Borihanh said, that the arrest was a result of a sting operation, but police did not elaborate on details of the case.
The war on drugs between the United States and Mexico takes a medieval twist as the U.S. border patrol works together with the Mexican army to confiscate a catapult.
Surveillance cameras on the Arizona/Mexico border led to the capture of drug smugglers trying a new approach to get drugs into the U.S. – an
On Friday January 21, 2010 National Guards at the Naco Border Patrol Station, which is about 80 miles southeast of Tucson Arizona, noticed some suspicious activity in their surveillance cameras.
Late in the evening, they saw several people preparing a catapult and launching objects over the International Border fence. The National Guard and Border agents immediately contacted the Mexican authorities to go and investigate.