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Arizona / Drug Smuggling #327475

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 17, 1989
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Jerry Bowen) Drug trafficking across border in Arizona featured; scenes shown. [US Customs ofr. Thomas McDERMOTT - says Arizona has become cocaine smuggling pipeline.] [In helicopter, United States Customs ofr. Don WALES - talks about smugglers' rte.] [Arizona department of public safety Lieutenant Gamble DICK - notes criminals' violence.] [Tucson policeman Dennis KUBIK - talks about becoming more cautious.] Concern in Tucson, Arizona, over growing drug trade detailed. [Public schools' Lou Ann DALDRUP - expresses concern.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Spencer, Susan

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