Two illegals from Mexico were found in the trunk of a car when border patrol agents stopped a woman who led them on a chase in Arizona.
According to the CBP report, the 28-year-old woman was taken into custody after she sped away from agents at the border checkpoint near Amado, Arizona after they asked for a secondary inspection of her car:
“Instead of pulling into the inspection area, the driver accelerated and merged onto the highway, leading agents on a pursuit for approximately one mile.”
Smuggling is big business at the border. The smuggler can make thousands of dollars per-illegal.
The Phoenix woman was arrested and is now “being charged with human smuggling.”
The two men “will be processed for immigration violations” after they were found by border patrol agents searching the woman’s car. One of the men had been previously deported.
IF IT’S NOT DRUGS CONCEALED IN CARS OR TRUCKS, IT’S ILLEGALS CONCEALED:
Another case of human smuggling just the day before:
Border Patrol agents assigned to the I-19 immigration checkpoint near Amado arrested a Phoenix man with an extensive criminal history, Wednesday morning, after discovering three illegal aliens concealed in his vehicle.
Agents working the primary inspection lane at the immigration checkpoint, referred the 36-year-old driver of a 2018 Kia sedan to secondary inspection after a service canine alerted to an odor it is trained to detect, emanating from his vehicle.
During a search of the vehicle, agents discovered and arrested three illegal alien men from Mexico, concealed in the trunk of the vehicle. The men ages 29-38 were transported to the Nogales Border Patrol Station for processing on immigration violations.
The United States citizen driver was also transported to the Nogales Station, where criminal record and biometrics checks revealed felony convictions to include, aggravated assault, possession of a controlled substance, and marijuana transportation and possession charges.
The driver is being charged with human smuggling and will remain in custody pending a disposition in this case.