Paraguayan School Bus Caught Transporting Cannabis in Brazil

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Paraguayan School Bus Caught Transporting Cannabis in Brazil
Paraguayan school bus intercepted in Brazil carrying 65.1kg of marijuana; driver arrested and facing charges of drug trafficking.

According to recent news from Rdn on November 1st, a Paraguayan school bus was intercepted in Brazil. The bus was originally intended for transporting students but was found to be carrying a substantial amount of drugs, including marijuana. The driver, who is of Paraguayan nationality, has been arrested by the police.


The driver involved in the incident claimed to be traveling to the city of Este in Brazil to pick up students, but during a vehicle inspection, multiple packages of marijuana weighing a total of 65.1 kilograms were discovered. The suspected target market for this drug is believed to be Brazil.


The driver in the case will be charged with drug trafficking, which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years imprisonment in Brazil.


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