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10 Illegal Aliens Found in Douglas Home

Release Date: 
June 15, 2018

TUCSON, Ariz. – Douglas Border Patrol agents found 10 illegal aliens Wednesday afternoon in a Douglas home without air conditioning, littered with trash, decaying food, and human feces.

Agents in Douglas discovered a group of illegal aliens inside of a Douglas, Arizona residence on Wednesday
Agents discovered a group of illegal
aliens inside of a Douglas residence
on Wednesday

After observing several vehicles dropping off people at a local residence throughout the day Tuesday, agents entered the house Wednesday afternoon and discovered 10 Mexican nationals in what agents described as “horrendous living conditions.” The temperature inside the house was 98 degrees.

A stash house in Douglas, Ariz. was found to contain people in horrible conditions
A Douglas residence was filled with
people in disgusting conditions
 

Nine males and one female, ages 18 to 41, were determined to be illegally present in the U.S. but in good health. The group was subsequently transported to the Douglas Station to be processed for immigration violations.

Smugglers continue to victimize illegal immigrants by exposing them to dangerous situations, including confinement for long periods of time in inhumane conditions.

Alien smugglers left 10 people inside of a house in Douglas, which was near 100 degrees inside without basic provisions
Smuggler left 10 people inside of a
Douglas residence where they were 
left behind without basic provisions 

  

Last modified: 
June 15, 2018