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U.S. Border Patrol Blaine Sector Weekly Blotter, Nov. 7-13

Release Date: 
November 22, 2011

Blaine, Wash. - The information listed below is from arrests and seizures related to U.S. Border Patrol in the Blaine Sector area of operations. For security reasons, this may not be a complete list of enforcement actions.

11/10/2011- Agents responded to the jail in Forks, Wash., after being notified that a subject with an immigration detainer had posted bond. Subject admitted to being a citizen of Mexico illegally present in the U.S. Subject was processed for removal.

11/10/2011- Agents observed a suspicious vehicle parked near H Street and Markworth Road east of Blaine, Wash. Agents encountered a U.S. citizen driver along with a passenger (owner of the vehicle) who is a citizen of Mexico illegally present in the U.S.. The U.S. citizen was released and the Mexican citizen, with an extensive criminal and immigration history, was processed for removal.

11/10/2011- Agents responded to a request for assistance from the Whatcom County Sheriff's office at a vehicle stop near Bellingham, Wash. Both the driver and passenger admitted to being Mexican citizens illegally present in the U.S. Both were processed for removal.

11/10/2011- Agents responded to the Work Detention Center in Bellingham, Wash., after being notified that a subject with an immigration detainer was being released. Subject admitted to being a citizen of Guatemala illegally present in the U.S. Subject was processed for removal.

11/13/2011- Agents responding to a request for assistance by the Lynden Police Department encountered two Mexican citizens. Agents determined that both Mexican citizens were illegally present in the U.S. Both subjects were processed for removal.

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Last modified: 
February 9, 2017