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Luggage searched at the Long Beach Airport leads to the arrest of a Texas man and the discovery of $337,000 in cash—payment for horns to be shipped overseas.
Federal authorities arrest a Chinese national who allegedly oversaw the shipment of dozens of rhino horns from the United States to China.
Two Los Angeles businessmen arrested for buying rhino horns valued at as much as $2.5 million, to export to Vietnam and China.
Suspect arrested in New Jersey after purchasing rhino horns at a service station off of the New Jersey Turnpike.
Irish national from an organized crime ring arrested for purchasing rhino horns in Texas, then traveling to New York to sell the horns for $50,000.
Antiques expert arrested in Manhattan for purchasing taxidermied black rhinoceros head from an undercover officer in Illinois.
Chinese national arrested at JFK airport en route to China, for role in trafficking rhino horn.
Antique dealer arrested in February 2013 for his role in smuggling libation cups carved from rhinoceros horns from New York to Hong Kong and China.