Illegal Update

Just a few more good people coming to do the work Americans refuse to do

Although the local media constantly inform us that illegal infiltration of our porous border is near standstill levels, we find at least 55 illegals haven‘t gotten that message, and were apprehended by law enforcement officials today.

UPDATE:

In the past two days deputies from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office arrested 83 illegal aliens and seized 725 pounds of marijuana, 66 grams of methamphetamine and one stolen car.

These swell folks were carrying the drugs in backpacks in the southwest desert area of Maricopa County.

One of the suspects taken into custody was a woman who has been deported 17 times in the past eight years. She is suspected of holding other illegals located in a drop house raid. Deputies said they also found 66 grams of methamphetamine in the house.

A spike in human-smuggling arrests in January by patrol deputies prompted the sheriff’s office to launch the 18th crime-suppression operation, Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. Undercover surveillance led to the arrest of 56 suspected illegal aliens in the days leading up to the sweep. It must have pained the adamantly pro-open borders Arizona Republic to report this. To aid you in reading in Republicese, Seeing Red AZ has included this helpful glossary.

The office’s newly formed Illegal Immigration Enforcement Posse joined in the sweep and 200 deputies and volunteers targeted human smuggling, drop houses and illegal drugs across the Phoenix area.

Actor Steven Seagal, a member of the Illegal Immigration Enforcement posse, participated in four arrests.

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3 Responses to Illegal Update

  1. Night Owl says:

    I never tire of the glossary. Good job!

  2. sherriaz says:

    Standstill in illegal immigration? Perhaps someone should ask the Rag to read the stories about Mexicans trying to smuggle a known Islamic terrorist into this country…along with the continuing thousands of their countrymen and women.

    Meanwhile the Rag should do a story on the Valley teens and twenties who can’t find a job while Juan and Juanita are bringing home paychecks AND collecting freebies from local churches and other bleeding heart community groups. Then ice water would really be on the menu in H*LL.