On February 28, 2012, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers in Detroit seized another shipment of Chinese made toys with high lead paint levels. Seventeen boxes of toys valued at over $3,7.00 destined for Flint, were selected for review by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and examined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. A similar shipment of toys going to Flint was seized on January 24 of this year. The toys will be held pending re-exportation or destruction. It is unlawful to import into the U.S. any children’s product that contains lead with more than 90 parts per million of lead paint or more than 300 parts per million of total lead content.