Filed Under:  Border Patrol, Crime, Sex Offender, sexual violence

Sex offender, marijuana seized

April 3rd 2012   ·   4 Comments

Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a convicted sex offender and seized nearly 130 pounds of marijuana during two incidents Sunday and Monday.

Yuma Station agents patrolling near Andrade, Calif., Sunday detected footprints of four people who had entered the U.S. illegally, according to a press statement released Tuesday. After the group was apprehended, records checks revealed that one had been convicted of indecent liberties with a child. The suspect, a Honduran national, was processed for prosecution.

Wellton Station agents assigned to Camp Grip, Yuma Sector’s forward operating base Monday, discovered six bundles of abandoned marijuana in the desert. After searching the area and finding no suspects, the marijuana, valued at $65,000, was seized for destruction.

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. Jim Waters says:

    Sex offenders,those idiots we sould be allowed to bully!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Jeff Long says:

    they can`t even be classified as animals. Animals are smarter. I think in the case of sex abuse the punishment should be decided by the victim,or the victim`s family.Way to go Boarder Patrol,keep those lowlife scum out of our country. Let them infest their own country.

  3. Where would Americans be without our COURAGEOUS BORDER PATROL AGENTS! “GOD BLESS”!

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