An American Man Just Got Caught Illegally Entering BC & He Had Nearly 200 kg Of Meth
He was arrested in a blueberry feild.
A U.S. citizen named Zacchary Marcus Scott Hecock was charged by authorities for bringing nearly 200 kilograms of methamphetamine into Canada in a massive B.C. meth bust.
According to RCMP, Hecock and his "co-conspirator" moved across the Canada-U.S. border illegally on Monday, July 20. Citizens in Abbotsford, B.C., observed their crossing and reported them to the authorities, said the report.
Of methamphetamine found in their bags
The co-conspirator has been identified but remains at large at this time, while Hecock was arrested in a blueberry field in the region.
They crossed the border with an ATV and a trailer, both of which have been seized by the authorities.
Hecock is currently in custody and is awaiting a court hearing scheduled for July 28.
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