100 Migrants Found in Stash Home near Border in Texas

Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents captured more than 100 migrants secured a human smuggling stash home near the Texas border with Mexico. The arrests took place on the same day Texas Guv Greg Abbott announced strategies to secure the state’s border and arrest migrants breaching state laws.

Laredo Station Border Patrol agents teamed up with the Laredo Authorities Department and ICE Homeland Security Examinations on June 10 to investigate a suspected human smuggling stash house, according to info obtained from Laredo Sector authorities.

Agents and other law enforcement officials got in the believed stash house and found more than 100 migrants from Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua, authorities reported. None of the migrants used any type of personal protection equipment despite more than 100 people being packed inside the single-family home.

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A couple of days previously, Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Representative Matthew Hudak reported the apprehension of 182 migrants in 3 stash houses in a two-hour duration.

The June 10 stash house raid began the very same day Texas Governor Greg Abbott revealed plans to begin the instant building of border barriers and “mass arrests” of migrants unlawfully going into Texas and violating state laws, Breitbart Texas reported.

“The increase throughout the border runs out control, and the Biden Administration has shown that is not going to step up and do its task,” Governor Abbott informed Breitbart Texas in an individually interview shortly before the public announcement at his Border Security Top in Del Rio, Texas, on Thursday. “And amidst reports of much more people can be found in throughout the border, we understand we have to step up and do more.”

The governor mentioned, “If you pertain to Texas, you’re subject to being jailed. You’re not going to have a path to stroll the nation. You’re going to have a path straight into a prison cell.”

Bob Rateacts as associate editor and senior news contributor for the Breitbart Texas-Border group. He is an original member of the Breitbart Texas team. Cost is a regular panelist on Fox 26 Houston’s What’s Your Point?Sunday-morning talk program. Follow him on Twitter @BobPriceBBTXand Facebook.

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