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  • U.S. Border Patrol agent assaulted on California border
    U.S. Border Patrol agent assaulted on California border
    U.S. Border Patrol agents in the San Diego Sector of California have seen and felt their share of assaults (408 since 2010) while protecting our border. Today, they reported that once again an agent was assaulted last night around 8 p.m....
  • Mexican tractor-trailer hauling plaster decorations that conceal drugs
    Mexican tractor-trailer hauling plaster decorations that conceal drugs
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations officers seized 591 lbs. of marijuana on May 1 at the El Paso port of entry.The seizure was made when a 1994 Volvo tractor, arriving from Mexico towing a trailer loaded wood wrapped and...
  • Protected totoaba fish, money talks nobody listens
    Protected totoaba fish, money talks unlawful listen
    Most impressive fish catches that an angler will earn him will win him bragging rights, but catching a tohoaba, also known as giant yellow croaker, in China where they are considered rare can bring you $400,000 to $700,000 for one fish. But the...
  • Drugs seized at Texas port of entry
    Drugs seized at Texas port of entry
    On July 27, a 39-year-old male Mexican national from Dallas arrived at the Rio Grande City/Ciudad Camargo International Bridge Port of Entry along with his wife and son, driving a white 2007 Chevrolet Impala. Upon stopping for entry the adult male...
  • Drug mules
    Ads in Tijuana trick job seekers into drug mules
    A new mode to recruit drug smugglers is undergoing in Tijuana, Mexico. “Help wanted” ads offer $500 for a quick errand driving a car into California, servicing an "important business" organization.After being misled by drug...
  • Trail Cam Photo of Armed Mexican Drug Smuggler inside the U.S.
    New Video shows Smugglers Easily Crossing San Diego Border
    Updated: 9:45 pmNew and stunning video has been released by a group called Secure Border Intel (SBI) showing Mexican smugglers and illegal aliens easily entering the U.S.through San Diego County’s porous border in broad daylight. The hidden...
  • Pigeon
    Prison possible as pigeon-egg smugglers plead guilty
    A father-daughter couple could be sent to prison for smuggling 72 un-hatched pigeon eggs from Cuba to the United States. Forty-seven-year-old Rufino Blanco, a Cuban-American, and his daughter, Claribel Blanco-Cuellar, 21, pleaded guilty to...