While the nation was mourning the loss of President H.W. Bush, Border Patrol agents caught 124 Guatemalans and Hondurans who sneaked into the country through Arizona.
According to Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), the group was comprised of adults and children from Guatemala and Honduras – men, women, and children ranging in age from four months to 53 years old.
“Casa Grande agents encountered the first group early Wednesday morning near Santa Cruz. The group of family units, was found near a remote Border Patrol camp after they illegally entered the country,” CBP announced on its website.
“Later that afternoon, Ajo agents encountered a second group several miles west of the Lukeville Port of Entry. This group also consisted of family units and was found in an area where agents apprehended thousands of illegal aliens this past summer,” it stated.
Agents discovered that seven men and one woman in the groups had “previous immigration violations, some with previous deportations.”
TUCSON, Ariz. – Agents assigned to the Ajo and Casa Grande Border Patrol stations encountered two large Central American groups totaling 124 adults and children within a 24 hour period.
— Headsnipe01 (@Headsnipe011) December 4, 2018
Border Patrol agents in Arizona caught two large groups of undocumented Central American migrants totaling 124 people last week,https://t.co/OIfGKlj44I
— azcentral (@azcentral) December 5, 2018
— KVOA News 4 Tucson (@KVOA) December 5, 2018
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