A record number of drugs is coming across the southern border.
FOX Radio's Bill Vitka has the details:
Seizure of methamphetamine at the border between California and Mexico has reached an unprecedented level in the past fiscal year.
More than 14,000 pounds intercepted, representing 63% of all meth, smuggled into the U.S.
Just about all of it is now made in Mexico, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune, unlike past years when meth was manufactured in the U.S.
Mexican drug cartels find it's cheaper to make meth in their own backyard -- even cheaper than importing cocaine from South America because there is no middleman.
Bill Vitka, FOX News Radio.