YUMA, AZ - Border Patrol agents have taken 13 alleged smugglers into custody and seized 413 pounds of marijuana in two separate incidents nearly Yuma.
The Border Patrol says one apprehension seizure occurred Friday, with agents arresting six people and seizing 137 pounds of marijuana after following footprints.
The second incident occurred Saturday in the same area, resulting in the apprehension of seven people and the seizure of 276 pounds of marijuana.
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