In a criminal conspiracy straight from Breaking Bad’s cutting room floor, law enforcement officials in Minnesota have discovered over 1,100 pounds of marijuana sent through brand new Ford Fusions. The weed was apparently packed at the automotive plant in Mexico where the cars were put together, and sent to the U.S. by El Chapo’s Sinaloa cartel.
According to an incredibly deep dive by Alpha News, Ford Fusions packed with 40-50 pounds of bricked up weed have been popping up at rail yards and car dealerships around Minnesota.
In February two cars hot off the rails from the Ford factory in Hermosillo, Senora, Mexico were going through normal inspections at a vehicle loading lot in St. Paul, MN when employees discovered bricks of weed in the Fusions’ spare tire wells.
Investigators found about 80 pounds of ganja between the two cars and suspect that the trees were likely put there by cartel members disguised as Ford employees. The drugs were presumably supposed to have been retrieved once they crossed the border into the U.S., but it appears that someone really screwed that part of the job up.
But before the inspectors could pat themselves on the back, they realized…