Friday, March 30, 2012

AZMEX I3 27-3-12

AZMEX I3 27 MAR 2012

Note: Like AZ, sizes of groups increasing once again.

More than 50 held in raid on immigrant stash house in Weslaco
March 26, 2012 7:40 PM
Elizabeth Findell
The Monitor

WESLACO — More than 50 people are in custody and an unknown number of
others escaped after fleeing from a home in Weslaco on Monday
morning, said police spokesman J.P. Rodriguez.

Rodriguez said officers responded about 10 a.m. to a report of
suspicious people at a residence at 806 S. Missouri St. When police
arrived, people began fleeing from the house, including one in a
vehicle. Officers began chasing them.

"Then more people started dumping out of windows and the door and
more and more people began fleeing out," he said. "Further
investigation revealed it was a stash house for illegal immigrants."

With the assistance of Border Patrol, officers arrested more than 50
people, according to Rodriguez. The driver of the vehicle escaped to
Mexico, but authorities seized the 1995 blue Chevrolet Suburban he
was driving.

Rodriguez said officers found little inside the house other than
evidence of many people crammed into it. "Conditions were really
bad inside — there was some rotten food, there was no furniture," he
said. "It just looked like, basically, an abandoned house where a lot
of people were staying."

The individuals arrested remain in the custody of Border Patrol and
the situation is under investigation. Rodriguez praised neighbors in
the area for being vigilant and said the incident drew help from
nearly all personnel. "Even the chief of police was out there
chasing down guys," he said.

Note: far south of Mexico

Rescued 77 undocumented Central Americans and Asians
Organización Editorial Mexicana
March 23, 2012
El Heraldo de Chiapas

Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. - The Ministry of Security and Civil
Protection (SSyPC), in coordination Agency, rescued 77 people from
Central America and Asia for alleged human traffickers, being
transported in inhumane conditions aboard three trucks. The seizure
took place in the Ejido Plan de Ayala of Tuxtla Gutierrez.

After receiving a citizen complaint, state uniformed preventative
SSyPC moved to St. Augustine campus of the Ejido Plan de Ayala of
this city, where they observed a vehicle type white ranger, where
shots were fired from firearms, ran away to an unknown destination.

At the scene, state police obtained the assurance preventive three
the first 350 Ford three ton cab type redilas red license plates
silver and DC-81478, Ford 150 second cabin and white redilas-
registered DC-67599 both of State of Chiapas and a unit type Ford
Pick Up 125 WJ69730 license plates the state of Tamaulipas.

Rescatan a 77 indocumentados centroamericanos y asiáticos
Organización Editorial Mexicana
23 de marzo de 2012
El Heraldo de Chiapas

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis.- La Secretaría de Seguridad y Protección
Ciudadana (SSyPC), en coordinación Interinstitucional, rescató a 77
personas de origen centroamericano y asiático de presuntos
traficantes de humanos, al ser transportadas en condiciones
infrahumana a bordo de tres camiones. El aseguramiento se realizó en
el Ejido Plan de Ayala de Tuxtla Gutiérrez.

Luego de recibir una denuncia ciudadana, uniformados estatales
preventivos de la SSyPC se trasladaron al predio San Agustín del
Ejido Plan de Ayala de esta ciudad, donde se percataron de un
vehículo tipo ranger de color blanco, desde donde se realizaron
disparos de armas de fuego, dándose a la fuga con rumbo desconocido.

En el lugar, policías estatales preventivos lograron el aseguramiento
de tres vehículos, el primero marca Ford 350 tipo tres toneladas
cabina roja con redilas plateada y placas de circulación DC-81478, el
segundo Ford 150 cabina y redilas blancas con matrícula DC-67599
ambas del Estado de Chiapas y una unidad Ford Tipo Pick Up 125 con
placas de circulación WJ69730 del Estado de Tamaulipas.

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