Tribe seizes 300 pounds of drugs daily
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Tribal police on the Tohono O'odham Nation in Arizona will seize more than 100,000 pounds of illicit drugs this year, about 300 pounds a day, The Washington Times reports.

The tribe's lands span the U.S.-Mexico border. About 100 miles along the border are a frequent entryway for drug runners.

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