Border Patrol brokers in Arizona found almost 200 unlawful immigrants in a distant desert space Sunday – the third main discovery during the last month.

Ajo Station brokers patrolling a number of miles west of Lukeville Port discovered 102 unlawful immigrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and 91 unlawful immigrants from the identical space hours later, authorities stated Wednesday. Most have been touring with households, whereas not less than 11 kids have been unaccompanied.

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The 193 unlawful immigrants have been medically evaluated and transported to Ajo Station to be processed for immigration violations.

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Ajo Station brokers made related discoveries during the last month.

Brokers patrolling close to the identical port discovered 128 unlawful immigrants from Guatemala, Honduras El Salvador and Mexico on Aug. 17. They have been believed to be deserted by smugglers.

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Brokers from the identical station discovered 163 unlawful immigrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador close to Lukeville Port on Sept. 1.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox Information. Observe him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.



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