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More than two dozen gang members, criminals arrested at border in just one week



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Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced its agents have  arrested more than two dozen gang members and criminals attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border just this week alone. of the criminals, at least 21 are gang members, two are sex offenders, and three are immigrants with prior convictions.

One Salvadoran Tango Blast gang member with a prior conviction of aggravated robbery in the U.S. was arrested at the Rio Grande Valley sector.

Within 24 hours, agents intercepted a Salvadoran 18th Street gang member with a prior conviction for aggravated homicide. CBP agents near Sarita, Texas simultaneously encountered a Guatemalan who had an outstanding warrant in Houston for indecency with a child.

A Sureno gang member with prior convictions of battery and immigration offenses, and a Paisas gang member with a prior conviction for evading arrest, were also apprehended.

CBP also announced the arrests of 20 gang members from the 18th Street and MS-13 gangs. “In this fiscal year, CBP agents have arrested at least 627 gang members, a significant increase compared to 348 in the fiscal year 2021 and 363 in the fiscal year 2020, according to the agency’s data” reports The Foreign Desk.

Numbers in just the past two years show the uncontrollable crisis: “Border Patrol has intercepted at least 9,381 undocumented migrants with criminal convictions, compared to 10,763 last fiscal year and 2,438 in the fiscal year 2020.”

All migrant apprehensions have increased substantially. However, “those with and without criminal records, so far in this fiscal year already exceeds the total of the previous fiscal year and has set record-breaking numbers. Since October, more than 1.8 million individuals have attempted to cross the border, four times more than those who were intercepted at the border in 2020.”

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Overdose death in IN apartment building leads officers to 13 migrants, mostly children, in basement squalor



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13 illegal aliens — most of them children — were reportedly living in an apartment building basement in Indiana, only found because of an overdose death. Officers of the Hammond Police Department were called to investigate the death of a resident in the multi-unit building. But during the investigation, officers discovered a large number of migrants were illegally living in the building’s basement, WGN-TV reported.

When officers arrived, they found 13 illegals from Venezuela — including nine children ranging in age from two months to 14 years, and two women and two men — living in the basement space.

Neighbors told the media that they had no idea that so many people were living illegally in the building as they never saw any of them outside the home.

Further investigation revealed that a local member of the clergy had arranged the illegal living quarters for the migrants. The clergy member was not identified publicly and he has not been charged with anything at present.

“The City of Hammond is not open to this type of illegal criminal activity and [they have] placed people in significant harm, including children,” said Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott Jr. who insisted he would hold the clergy member accountable.

It has not yet been reported what the migrants will do, where they will go, and if the city will be on the hook to care for them.

Breitbart News reports that Hammond, Indiana, is just one of many cities in which large numbers of illegals have been found crammed into small spaces in squalid living conditions.

In March, New York City building inspectors discovered an illegal flop house for migrants in which some 70 of them were living in the cramped basement of a Queens furniture store. Through an investigation it was found that the building’s owner, a man named Ebou Sarr, himself an immigrant, was charging the illegals $300 a month to live there.



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