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    Border Patrol agents raid 5 stash houses in South Texas

    Border Patrol agents raid 5 stash houses in South Texas

    • Associated Press
    • Posted April 30, 2013 at 1:46 McALLEN — U.S. Border Patrol agents have shuttered five stash houses and arrested some 230 immigrants near the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas.
      The agency said Tuesday the raids were made with other law enforcement agencies and stemmed from tips.
      Immigrants who are entering the country illegally are usually warehoused in homes near the border until they can arrange the next leg of their journey north.
      Border Patrol says the largest bust Monday in Mission resulted in the arrests of two suspected smugglers and 78 immigrants.
      Other operations were interrupted in San Juan, Donna, Brownsville and at a motel in downtown McAllen where 21 immigrants were found.

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    Agents bust 5 stash houses, detain 230 illegal immigrants

    Tuesday, April 30, 2013 - 11:34am
    Mark Nino

    RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TX (KVEO NEWS CENTER 23) — Border Patrol agents and local law enforcement agencies busted five stash houses in 12 hours on Monday.

    Acting on a tip form the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office, Border Patrol agents raided a home, in Mission, on suspension of a human smuggling operation. Agents arrested two suspected human smugglers and detained 78 illegal immigrants in the home.

    The San Juan Police Department arrested three human smugglers and detained 49 aliens, on the 1200 block of Sioux Road, when they responded to a report of suspicious activity.

    Border Patrol agents, with cooperation from Homeland Security Investigators, arrested two human smugglers and detained 50 illegal immigrants at a Donna home.

    In Brownsville, one suspected smuggler and 32 illegal immigrants were arrested and the McAllen Police Department discovered 21 illegal immigrants being stashed at a La Quinta Inn on 10th Street.

    All the illegal immigrants were processed for return to their countries of origin.
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