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11K Migrants Detained for Entering Arizona Border Sector in One Week



Tucson, Arizona Border Patrol agents detained 11,000 migrants during the course of the previous week, the sector chief revealed. According to unofficial Border Patrol records examined by Breitbart Texas, this month has seen the arrest of about 40,000 migrants.

According to a report on X by Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent John Modlin, his agents detained over 11,000 migrants over the course of the previous week. A convicted rapist who had been deported after being found guilty in the state of Washington was one of those migrants.

According to Modlin's report, the agents reportedly conducted 500 rescue missions and thwarted 15 attempts at human smuggling..

As per unofficial data examined by Breitbart Texas, Tucson Sector agents have detained almost 40,000 migrants this month so far.

Mexican national Gildardo Zacarias-Ventura was apprehended by Tucson Sector agents on September 18 when he crossed the border close to Douglas, Arizona, according to a Modlin post on X. A criminal history search revealed a 2013 rape conviction in the state of Washington. According to Modlin, a Mexican national was ordered to leave the country in 2014 by an immigration judge.

Tucson Sector agents have taken custody of approximately 360,000 migrants with one week left in Fiscal Year 23. A fresh wave of migrants used the border wall's welded-open gates at Lukeville, Arizona, to force their way through, leading to the capture of about 49,000 of them in August.

Although practically every Biden administration official above Chief Modlin has claimed that illegally crossing between ports of entry might result in “arrest, removal, and a “ban on entrance,” mass migrant releases by Border Patrol agents contradict that claim.

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