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Two Arrested When Panga Boat Discovered Offloading Pot

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An alerted Sheriff's Deputy surprises smugglers offloading narcotics from a panga boat at Rincon State Beach in Ventura early this morning. A large amount of marijuana was found on the boat.

Two people were arrested around 3:00a.m. after a panga boat was spotted by deputies landing along the shoreline north of Ventura, officials said. Deputies are searching for more men who are still at large, said Ventura County Sheriff's Capt. Don Aguilar.

Investigators from the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office, the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection are on the scene.

 

From Gina Silva:

Ventura County Sheriff's Deputies bust a drug smuggling operation on a Ventura County beach.

It happened early Wednesday around 3am. Deputies were patrolling the area near the Mobil Oil Pier between Seacliff and Mussel Shoals in Ventura when they saw several people loading packages from a panga boat to an RV parked nearby.

When deputies approached the suspects on the boat, they ran in different directions. Sergeant Eric Buschow of the Ventura County Sheriff's office told us three people were arrested but several got away. Buschow says the group was smuggling marijuana from Mexico.

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