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While hot on the trail of a stolen Honda, Texas authorities took an unexpected, yet ultimately rewarding, detour to the Port of Houston to uncover a sophisticated international crime ring.

It all began when an alert flashed on a Texas state trooper’s onboard computer as he drove across a nearby bridge. The signal was originating from the LoJack device attached to a 2010 Honda Crossfit that had been stolen. Although the signal was strong, locating the ride proved trickier than expected. After sweeping the port parking lot, the Houston Police Department (HPD) determined the Honda was stashed somewhere inside the Port of Houston.

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