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Large Migrant Group from 14 Nations Apprehended at Arizona Border

Tucson Sector Border Patrol officials report the capture of a large migrant group who crossed the border near Lukeville, Arizona, on Monday. The group of 235 migrants were made up of citizens from 14 different nations and included children.

Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent John R. Modlin tweeted a photo of a large migrant group arrested by Ajo Station agents.

Agents discovered  the group while responding to 911 calls reporting the crossings near Lukeville on Monday, Modlin stated. The responding agents took 235 migrants into custody including single adults, family units, and children, the photo shows.

Modlin said the large group crossing required the feedback of several agents to handle the large migrant group. Border Patrol defines a “large group” as 100 or more migrants in a single event.

Modlin also tweeted a three-day report showing the apprehension of 3,410 migrants. This could indicate an increase in the monthly migrant apprehensions for the Tucson Sector which averaged about 22,000 migrants per month for the first four months of the fiscal year. In February, Tucson Sector agents apprehended more than 23,500 migrants bringing the FY23 total to more than 112,300 migrants, according to an unofficial Border Patrol report reviewed by Breitbart Texas.

 

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Ella Ford is a mother of two, a Christian conservative writer with degrees in American History, Social and Behavioral Science and Liberal Studies, based in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.

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