Big Bend Sector Border Patrol agents continue finding migrants risking their lives to illegally enter the U.S. in the nation’s most remote sector.
Big Bend Sector Chief Patrol Agent Sean McGoffin tweeted images of agents finding large groups of migrants being smuggled into remote areas of the West Texas sector.
Agents assigned to the Sierra Blanca station utilized K-9 teams to make multiple arrests of migrants. The teams also found drugs.
The Sierra Blanca K9 Unit has experienced multiple successful apprehensions of undocumented non-citizens and seizures of illegal narcotics. Sierra Blanca station is responsible for over 70 miles of international border and operates an immigration checkpoint on I-10. pic.twitter.com/LYRm1Dej3x
— Chief Patrol Agent Sean L. McGoffin (@USBPChiefBBT) July 9, 2021
The Sierra Blanca station covers more than 70 miles of the most rugged, remote terrain along the Texas-Mexico border.
Elsewhere in the sector, Van Horn Station