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BREAKING News Out Of Texas… LOOK WHAT THEY FOUND OVER MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!!!

Five criminal aliens arrested over Memorial Day Holiday in the Rio Grande Valley

EDINBURG, Texas – On Friday, McAllen agents arrested a Guatemalan national near La Joya, Texas as he attempted to illegally enter the United States. Record checks later confirmed the man is an active member of the 18th Street Gang.

That same day, agents stopped a Honduran man near Brownsville, Texas whose records confirmed he is an active member of the Mara-Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang.

Gang member with MS 13 written on his back
Border Patrol arrests several gang
members

 

On Saturday, McAllen agents apprehended a Honduran man near Los Ebanos, Texas who had been previously arrested by the Fairfax County, Virginia Sheriff’s Office for sexual assault of a child between 13 to 14 years of age. The man was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison.

On Sunday, McAllen agents encountered a Salvadoran man near Cuevitas, Texas whose records indicated he is an active member of the MS-13 gang.

Early Monday morning, agents arrested a Salvadoran man near Hidalgo, Texas whose criminal history indicated he was charged and convicted of a second degree sex offense in Charles County, Maryland where he was sentenced to 20 years confinement but released after six years.

All subjects will be processed accordingly.

Also, in EDINBURG, Texas The U.S. Border Patrol Rio Grande Valley Sector detected a high level of illicit activity at the immigration checkpoints over the Memorial Day Weekend.

Starting Friday, May 25, through Monday, May 28, both the Falfurrias and Kingsville Border Patrol Checkpoints experienced a high number of vehicles through their checkpoints. The increased volume of traffic resulted in a total of 17 alien smuggling cases with 35 illegal aliens apprehended.

Additionally, agents stopped a total of four narcotic smuggling attempts resulting in the seizure of 90 pounds of marijuana and a small amount of cocaine.

“The danger involved with these smuggling tactics are magnified when combined with the extreme summer temperatures of South Texas,” said Chief Patrol Agent Manuel Padilla, Jr. “We will continue to work with our local, state and federal partners to ensure prosecution on all people who assist in the facilitation of these types of smuggling attempts.

All cases are being referred for prosecution. All subjects were offered medical attention and will be processed accordingly.

The public is encouraged to take a stand against crime in their communities and to help save lives by reporting suspicious activity at 800-863-9382.

 

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation’s borders at and between the official ports of entry. CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.