The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Border Patrol’s apprehension numbers of illegal migrants broke records in July for the sixth consecutive month following Joe Biden’s taking office as president, with the numbers reaching an “historic crisis level.” While the “sweltering” heat of June and July usually slows down illegal immigration at the southern US border, according to Todd Bensman of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), in June and July of 2021 border traffic actually increased. Bensman said: “For the sixth consecutive month since President Joe Biden took office and followed through on campaign promises to dismantle his
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Border Patrol (BP) recently arrested multiple criminal migrants and rescued a drowning woman. El Paso Customs and Border Protection officers recently arrested 23 “fugitives from justice” and seized more than 109 pounds of marijuana, 0.74 pounds of fentanyl, and 71 pounds of cocaine, all within a week’s time. The crimes of the fugitives from justice include “probation violation, theft, assault, alien smuggling, dangerous drugs, failure to appear, larceny, crimes arrest morality and decency, and terroristic threats.” Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector (RGV) BP arrested two previously convicted sexual offenders on July 15.
US Border Patrol (BP) recently arrested gang members, sex offenders, and over a hundred individuals involved in human smuggling, also seeing sharp increases in the number of arrests and apprehensions necessary to protect the US border under the Biden administration. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector (RGV) arrested four criminal migrants this week. On June 21, one of a group of 39 apprehended migrants was a 23-year-old El Salvadoran national and active member of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) street gang. The gang member “has a lengthy criminal record involving multiple arrests for aggravated assaults, criminal trespass, and
US Border Patrol (BP) agents recently arrested several rapists, an MS-13 gang member, and over 100 illegal migrants connected with human smuggling, many hiding in “stash houses.” Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector (RGV) of Texas arrested two criminals convicted of sexual crimes against children. On June 14, agents apprehended a group of four illegal migrants, among whom was 43-year-old Peruvian national Pedro Asuncion ORE-Quispe. ORE-Quispe had been arrested in 2013 for “multiple counts of sexual abuse of a child.” In 2015, he was sentenced to 6 to 14 years of confinement after being convicted of Felony
Under the Biden regime, US Border Patrol agents are being told not to arrest human smugglers offloading groups of illegal immigrants into the US right in front of them. A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) officer told the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) that all federal officers who work along the river are now subject to this “stand-down” attitude for operations. CIS relates a now increasingly common scene: “The Border Patrol agents working under the international bridge here got busy fast with ‘processing’ duty after the first three rubber rafts delivered their loads of illegal immigrant families. But with
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents recently arrested multiple illegal migrants involved in human smuggling and seized millions of dollars worth of counterfeit products shipped from China. On June 1, agents in South Texas disrupted two separate instances of human smuggling, one in the afternoon and one that night. The identification of the illegal migrants involved led to 13 arrests. Between May 28 and June 1, U.S. Border Patrol also identified and searched six “human smuggling stash houses” in the Rio Grande Valley, used to harbor migrants smuggled into the United States. The individual stash houses harbored groups ranging
US Border Patrol (USBP) agents – who leading Democrats have called upon to be defunded – have rescued a kidnapped child and arrested a criminal sex offender. On May 4, a four-year-old child, a US citizen, was kidnapped by his mother from a location in East Los Angeles, California. San Diego Sector USBP’s Foreign Operations Branch (FOB) cooperated with the Government of Mexico (GOM) to locate the child and his mother, who were taken into custody after some weeks of investigation in Tijuana. The collaboration between the FOB and GOM enabled them to rescue the child and return him to