TUCSON, Ariz. – Multiple agents from Air and Marine Operations (AMO) and the Tucson Sector Border Patrol joined forces Wednesday to search for two teenagers separated from their parents during an attempt to enter the United States illegally.
The Border Patrol’s Casa Grande Station received a report shortly after noon that an aerial surveillance drone detected two small groups of suspected undocumented immigrants walking north in the vicinity of Horse Peak, two miles from the international border.
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Border Patrol agents responded to the reported location of three individuals and apprehended two, a man and a woman. While interviewing the couple, agents learned they were parents of two teens traveling with another group, consisting of four people, and that the guide in that group had a handgun.
After an extensive
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