A Canadian man offered “brown ones” — an apparent reference to Canadian $100 bills — for a U.S. Customs officer to overlook the marijuana and shotgun shells he tried to bring into America via the Sumas border crossing, according to charges filed in Whatcom County Superior Court.
A Canadian man offered “brown ones” — an apparent reference to Canadian $100 bills — for a U.S. Customs officer to overlook the marijuana and shotgun shells he tried to bring into America via the Sumas border crossing, according to charges filed in Whatcom County Superior Court. Bank of Canada Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A Canadian man offered “brown ones” — an apparent reference to Canadian $100 bills — for a U.S. Customs officer to overlook the marijuana and shotgun shells he tried to bring into America via the Sumas border crossing, according to charges filed in Whatcom County Superior Court. Bank of Canada Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Canadian caught at U.S. border tried to bribe his way out of trouble, charges say

May 19, 2016 01:52 PM