120 Migrants Caught at Central Arizona Border in One Day

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Bob Price
5 Dec 2018

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 120 Central American migrants in separate incidents on November 28. The migrants ranged in age from four months to 53 years.

Agents assigned to the Casa Grande Station encountered a large group of migrants who illegally crossed the border from Mexico near Santa Cruz, Arizona. The group of Family Unit Aliens made their to a remote Border Patrol camp early Wednesday morning, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Ajo Station agents came upon another large group of Central American families several miles west of the Lukeville Port of Entry later that day. Officials said that Ajo Station agents apprehended thousands of migrant families in this area during the summer months.

All of the migrants were reportedly found in good health.

The agents transporting all of the migrants to their respective stations for processing and a biometric background investigation. Those investigations led to the discovery that seven of the men, and one woman, had previous immigration violations, including deportations.

“Illicit transnational criminal organizations exploit the vulnerability of foreign nationals with false promises of legal status and encourage dangerous border crossings, placing lives at risk,” CBP officials stated.

One such risk was captured this week when Border Patrol camera operators in the Yuma Sector witnessed a smuggler dropping two small children from the top of an 18-foot border wall near the San Luis Port of Entry, Breitbart News reported on Tuesday.

A camera operator monitoring a section of the border wall near the San Luis Port of Entry early on Monday morning observed a group of six illegal immigrants being smuggled over the wall. The operator observed at least two small children dropped from the top of the 18-foot wall, according to Yuma Sector officials.

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One Response to “120 Migrants Caught at Central Arizona Border in One Day”

  1. White Scooter Trash

    They are letting the caravans in. In an orderly fashion.


    United Nations resettlement program flying them in at night with disease and using the same planes for public transportation without cleaning or sterilization.

    How did we get all these Somali’s in Minnesota ? 95% all fighting age men.


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