Border patrol rescues Central American migrants in Texas
Border patrol agents rescued 52 Central American migrants who were hidden in a safehouse located in the city of Edinburg, Texas, where they were arrested five alleged smugglers of people.
The spokeswoman for the U.S. instance, Marlene Castro, referred to the rescue of migrants was achieved then that Edinburg City police carried out an investigation to observe suspicious activity there.
Arriving with a warrant order border patrol agents located at home to 57 people, of whom five were in the care of the illegal migrants.
Detained migrants are originally from countries such as Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, who were transferred to the city of Weslaco police station in order to continue the repatriation process.
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