DETROIT (AP) – A Canadian man has been arrested after border agents in Ontario found about 74 pounds of cocaine in the undercarriage of the transport truck and trailer he was driving.

WXYZ-TV reports Friday that Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged the 32-year-old Quebec resident with importation of cocaine and possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine.

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Border service agents stopped him Saturday at the Blue Water Bridge which spans the St. Clair River between Port Huron and Sarnia, Ontario.

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The driver was referred to a secondary inspection area and the 31 bricks of cocaine were found beneath tarps in a black duffel bag.

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