“Migrants” With Militant Tendencies Have Been Discovered Along The Southern Border

The US Border Patrol's Tucson sector arrested scores of migrants who were dressed in camouflage as they tried to enter the country. The migrants were apprehended during various human smuggling operations near the border.

John Modlin, the chief patrol agent for the Tucson Sector of the US Border Patrol, posted pictures of his agency's efforts in stopping human smugglers.

On February 7, the Wilcox Station immigration agents conducted a checkpoint on Interstate 10. During the check, they discovered four migrants who were dressed in black and camouflage. They were then discovered inside the trunk of a car.

According to Modlin, the agents arrested two 16-year-olds American nationals on suspicion of being human smugglers.

The agents then spotted another group of migrants inside a car. After conducting a records search, the agents learned that the man was a convicted sex offender. He was charged with felony human smuggling.

The incident that led to the arrests took place at the Highway 191 checkpoint. The agents found five migrants who were dressed in camouflage.

On February 6, the officers of the Three Points Station were alerted about the illegal activities of migrants. They then followed the individuals using their skills to cut through the crowd.

The migrants, who were apprehended near Vamori in Arizona, were spotted using camouflage.

The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News

Written by Staff Reports

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