Just in time for the Halloween season, smugglers are using pumpkins to bring drugs over the border.
U.S. Customs agents this week confiscated four pumpkins filled with more than $400,000 worth of liquid methamphetamine at a border crossing in Texas.
The drugs were concealed inside 136 condoms packed into the pumpkins. They were discovered after border agents requested further inspection on a 2012 Ford Escape that had arrived at the Eagle Pass Camino Real International Bridge entry point.
Agents seized 44 pounds of meth.
They turned the driver and passenger over to the custody of the local sheriff's department.