Brokers on the Corpus Christi Border Patrol station acquired a 911 name Friday afternoon concerning 10 suspected migrants strolling close to the practice tracks close to the city of Robstown.
Border Patrol brokers, working with the Nueces County Sheriff’s Workplace (NCSO) and Robstown Police Division, arrested these 10 migrants and a further 12 that have been found, based on Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Authorities found a bag containing bolt cutters among the many group’s possession which was suspected of getting used to realize entry to coach automobiles, CBP stated.
Whereas ready for the migrants to be transported, authorities observed a suspicious blue GMC Yukon go by them. Sheriff’s deputies initiated a site visitors cease of the car and found that the 2 occupants have been additionally unlawful immigrants and have been suspected of making an attempt to select up the group of people that had simply been arrested, CBP stated.
Border Patrol brokers took all topics into custody. CBP stated the group of migrants have been residents of Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador.
Fox Information has reached out to CBP for additional info on the arrests.