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Illegal Entries Decreased In November Due To Trump’s Policies

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Compared to this time last fiscal year, San Diego Sector Border Patrol (SDC) has experienced a 17% decrease in apprehensions from 8,804 to 7,318. The hardworking agents of San Diego Sector continue to diligently impede and deny illegal entries. Agents also protect our communities from dangerous drugs being smuggled into the country.

The November breakdown of individuals processed in SDC is 170 unaccompanied alien children (UAC), 388 family units (FMU), and 3,119 single adults. UACs and FMUs continue to strain resources in San Diego as these demographics are the most draining in regards to manpower and supplies. However, due to policies that the administration has implemented, there has been an 81% decrease in UACs and FMUs in SDC when compared to November 2018.

In November, there were 42,649 enforcement actions for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) nationwide. This represents a six percent decrease when compared to October. Of these, 33,510 apprehensions were by Border Patrol agents who operate in-between official ports of entry and 9,139 inadmissible aliens were arrested by CBP officers at ports of entry. This decline includes a six percent decline in inadmissible aliens at ports of entry and a five percent decline in USBP apprehensions.

November decreases are attributed primarily to lower U.S. Border Patrol FMU apprehensions, which have decreased by seven percent since October. However, last fiscal year we saw extremely concerning numbers nationwide with nearly a million apprehensions and inadmissible aliens. Read: Fiscal Year 2019 accomplishments.

The following are the total drug seizures for San Diego Sector during the month of November:

Cocaine: 33 lbs.

Marijuana: 10 lbs.

Meth: 190 lbs.

Heroin: 0 lbs.

Fentanyl: 25 lbs.

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CBP Officers Arrest Teen Smuggling 220LBS Of Meth In From Mexico

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You have to wonder how a 16-year-old came into possession of this amount of meth. Teenagers aren’t out there making this drug, it’s the cartels. They were most likely using him because he will be tried as a juvenile & escape major prison time. Or the cartels threatened his family if he didn’t do the job.

CALEXICO, Calif. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Calexico West port of entry apprehended a 16-year-old boy after finding hundreds of pounds of methamphetamine stashed inside his vehicle on Christmas Eve.

At about 12:30 p.m., on Dec. 24, a CBP officer at the Calexico West port of entry encountered the teenager, a U.S. citizen, driving a 2012 Ford Focus. The CBP officer referred both driver and vehicle for further examination.

A CBP canine team was screening vehicles as they awaited inspection in vehicle secondary when the canine gave a positive alert to the 2012 Ford Focus.

CBP officers utilized the port’s imaging system to screen the vehicle further discovered anomalies in the doors, back seat, quarter panels, rocker panels, and spare tire.

Meth was stashed inside this spare tire and other areas of the teen’s car.

CBP officers removed 205 wrapped packages of methamphetamine weighing 220 pounds. The narcotics carry an estimated street value of $264,444.

The teen was arrested for the alleged narcotic smuggling attempt and turned over to the custody of Homeland Security Investigation agents for further processing.

The teenager was transported to the Imperial County Juvenile Detention Center to await arraignment.

CBP seized the narcotics and vehicle.

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Border Patrol Agents Fired On: Suspects Apprehended

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It’s very dangerous out there for the men & women of the Border Patrol. Smugglers tied to cartels have no problem attacking them.

TUCSON, Ariz. – Monday afternoon, an individual driving a 2014 Ford Taurus fired shots at U.S. Border Patrol agents at an immigration checkpoint south of Casa Grande.

At approximately 2:40 p.m., the vehicle failed to yield to Tucson Sector agents working the immigration checkpoint at mile marker 26 on Federal Route 15. Gunshots were fired from the vehicle as it led agents on a high-speed chase toward Interstate 10.

With the aid of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and Arizona Department of Public Safety, the vehicle was stopped on I-10 near Casa Grande. No further shots were fired, and no injuries were reported at the scene.

“This situation is a stark reminder of the extreme danger law enforcement faces and how important it is we partner together to keep communities safe,” stated Tucson Sector Border Patrol Chief Roy Villareal. “I want to thank the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and Arizona DPS for their assistance. This pursuit put many lives at risk. With our partners’ help it ended safely.”

This was the sixth assault on a Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent since October 1, 2019.

The U.S. citizen driver was arrested for human smuggling and can still face additional charges related to this incident. The two Mexican nationals discovered in the vehicle’s trunk face charges for immigration violations.

The incident remains under investigation by the FBI and Homeland Security Investigations.

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