Dominican, Mexican Migrants Caught Crossing Canadian Border into Michigan

Dominican, Mexican Migrants Caught Crossing Canadian Border into Michigan


Detroit Sector Border Patrol agents thwarted a human smuggling attempt on the St. Clair River that separates Canada and Michigan. The interdiction led to the apprehension of a man from the Dominican Republic and two women from Mexico.

Remote Video Surveillance System operators in Michigan observed a suspicious boat crossing along the St. Clair River near Algonac on August 2, according to information obtained from Border Patrol officials. Agents report the vessel was crossing the border river in a known human smuggling area.

“While you were sleeping, Marysville Border Patrol Agents thwarted a smuggling attempt by arresting 3 foreign nationals. I am proud of the vigilance and dedication to duty displayed by the men and women of Detroit Sector.” https://t.co/5Q4u3n8G55

— Chief

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