Thousands of tablets of hydrocodone and other drugs were allegedly strapped onto human mules to be sold in Tijuana — primarily to buyers from the U.S. A doctor and pharmacy manager are among those charged.
Fifteen people — including a physician, a pharmacy manager and gang members — have been arrested in an unusual conspiracy to smuggle prescription drugs into Mexico from Los Angeles by strapping thousands of pills onto human mules.
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