In the month of March alone, agents with the Tucson Sector Border Patrol nabbed well over a dozen previously deported illegal immigrants with serious sex crime convictions who were attempting to sneak into the U.S. with large groups of migrants seeking asylum.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports agents arrested a total of 16 sexual predators at the border last month, with most involving convictions for sex crimes against children in California and Arizona.
Tucson Sector #USBP arrests 16 previously deported and removed sex offenders in the month of March. @CBP #AlwaysVigilant agents are always #KeepingAmericaSafe details: https://t.co/cVlfBAh9nJ pic.twitter.com/JA65cSUEJ3
— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) April 2, 2019
All 16 had been previously deported and attempted to re-enter the country within large groups of migrants currently overwhelming government processing centers in Arizona and elsewhere. The arrests account only for those by agents in the Tucson Sector last month, though similar situations are playing out in Texas, New Mexico and California.
“The subjects, all Mexican or Honduran nationals, were encountered within groups of migrants attempting to enter the country illegally,” CBP reports. […]
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