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    CHULA VISTA: Border Patrol arrests illegal aliens

    CHULA VISTA: Border Patrol arrests suspected illegal aliens

    By North County Times wire services |
    Monday, June 8, 2009 8:55 AM PDT ∞

    CHULA VISTA - Several suspected illegal aliens were taken into custody this morning after Border Patrol agents stopped a vehicle being used for smuggling near Eastlake High School in Chula Vista, authorities said.

    The incident, which occurred in the vicinity of 1120 Eastlake Parkway sometime before 8 a.m., was under investigation, Border Patrol spokesman Agent Jason Rodgers said, without elaboration.

    According to San Diego police, Border Patrol agents stopped a vehicle being used for smuggling and everyone in the vehicle was taken into custody.

    No other details were immediately reported.

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    Local TV says there were 9 arrested, 2 of them were smugglers.
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    Border Patrol Stops Suspected Smuggling Vehicle

    POSTED: 8:39 am PDT June 8, 2009
    UPDATED: 3:43 pm PDT June 8, 2009


    CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- Nine suspected illegal immigrants were detained after the van they were in crashed in a South Bay residential neighborhood as they attempted to elude the U.S. Border Patrol Monday morning, authorities reported.

    A Border Patrol officer tried to pull over the vehicle on State Route 125 near Birch Road in Chula Vista shortly after 7:30 a.m., USBP public affairs Agent Jerry Conlin said.

    The driver of the white late-model Chevrolet van -- which matched the description of one suspected undocumented immigrants had boarded near Otay Mesa Port of Entry a few minutes earlier -- refused to yield. The driver headed north for several miles before exiting at Otay Lakes Road and heading east, Conlin said.

    A short distance away, the driver took a sharp left turn at a controlled intersection and made a full 360-degree circuit in the roadway, then continued speeding to the east. At that point, the pursuing personnel called off the chase for safety reasons.

    A short time later, agents spotted the van again on Eastlake Parkway, where it had veered off the roadway, struck a stop sign and crashed to halt in a patch of shrubbery, Conlin said. Seven suspected illegal immigrants were taken into custody at the scene.

    Two other Mexican nationals -- the suspected leaders of the human-smuggling attempt -- were arrested nearby, one found hiding in a shed and the other detained by an off-duty police officer who happened to be in the area.

    No injuries were reported.

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