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Border Patrol Arrests MS-13 Member Who Traveled with Caravan


U.S. Border Patrol agents stand guard near the border fence between Mexico and the U.S. in Tijuana, November 25, 2018. (Hannah McKay/Reuters)

U.S. Border Patrol agents have arrested a member of the infamous Salvadoran MS-13 gang who admitted to authorities that he traveled with a caravan of Central American migrants who were hoping to qualify for asylum in America.

Agents arrested Jose Villalobos-Jobel, 29, shortly after 6 p.m. on Saturday east of the Calexico Port of Entry on the U.S. side of the border, Customs and Border Protection said in a statement Wednesday.

During questioning at the El Centro station, the Honduran citizen confessed that he is an active member of MS-13 and had intended to enter the country illegally after traveling to the U.S. with the caravan of thousands of other migrants. He is in custody pending his deportation back to Honduras.

President Trump has made MS-13 a priority in his crackdown on illegal immigration and said last month that the latest caravan, estimated to consist of as many as 7,000 people, contained MS-13 members.

“You’re going to find MS-13, you’re going to find Middle Eastern, you’re going to find everything,” he said of the caravan travelers.

The gang was started in Los Angeles in the 1980s and has a large presence in El Salvador and other Central American countries, where it terrorizes locals. Several crimes perpetrated by its members have made national headlines in the U.S., including the September 2016 murder on Long Island of two young girls, ages 15 and 16.

In April, another MS-13 member, Herberth Geovani Argueta-Chavez, 18, was apprehended after illegally entering the U.S. with a group suspected to be part of the caravan that headed for the border last spring. He posed as an unaccompanied minor before police discovered his identity as an adult gang member.


The president on Monday threatened to close the border permanently if Mexico does not help contain the wave of asylum seekers.

Mexico should move the flag waving Migrants, many of whom are stone cold criminals, back to their countries. Do it by plane, do it by bus, do it anyway you want, but they are NOT coming into the U.S.A. We will close the Border permanently if need be. Congress, fund the WALL!



Caravan Migrant Climbs Tree, Sets It on Fire — Throws Rocks at Border Patrol

By Bob Price

A previously deported illegal alien climbed a tree to avoid being arrested by Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents. He then set the tree on fire and threw rocks at the agents and a helicopter.

Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents observed footprints leading from the international boundary just east of Andrade, California, port of entry. The tracks led the agents to a man who had just illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico, according to information obtained by Breitbart News from Border Patrol officials.

The agents tracked the migrant for about a mile before locating the suspect near a tree. The subject quickly climbed up the tree to avoid arrest. He then set the tree on fire and began throwing rocks at the agents gathered below. As a U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations helicopter circled overhead, the migrant began throwing rocks at it as well. The illegal alien was unsuccessful at his attempts to assault the agents and the helicopter.

The migrant eventually climbed down from the tree. Border Patrol agents placed the migrant in custody and transported him to the station for processing.

An immigration interview revealed the man to be a 31-year-old Honduran national who illegally entered the U.S. Officials said the man claimed to be part of the migrant caravan.

The fire department from Winterhaven, California, extinguished the fire.

A biometric record check revealed the Honduran national has a criminal history and a record of previous deportations. Police in Florida previously arrested the illegal alien and immigration officials deported the man to Honduras in June 2018.

Breitbart News has reported extensively on previously deported sex offenders and other criminal aliens who are stopped by Border Patrol agents from successfully re-entering the United States.

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Troops Deploy to Parts of Border Where Migrant Caravans Are Deemed Most Likely to Go

Almost 1,000 U.S. troops have been deployed near three areas of California, Texas and Arizona where it would be safer and easier for migrants to cross into the U.S.

U.S. troops arrived at Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas, on Friday.PHOTO: SENIOR AIRMAN ALEXANDRA MINOR HA/SHUTTERSTOCK

Nancy A. Youssef in Washington and 
Alicia A. Caldwell in Yuma, Ariz.

Almost 1,000 U.S. troops have been deployed near three areas along the U.S.-Mexican border where U.S. officials have assessed migrants and asylum seekers from Central America are most likely to try to enter the country in coming weeks.

Troops are in place around McAllen and Brownsville, in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley; San Ysidro, Calif., south of San Diego; and Nogales, Ariz., U.S. officials said.

Members of migrant caravans, which are more than 800 miles from the nearest crossing and traveling by foot, are likely to choose one of those areas to try to enter the U.S. because they are the safer and easier options, given their current course, the officials said.

The troops are the first to arrive of more than 7,000 active-duty personnel the Department of Defense said would provide support for U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers along the borders.

The scale of the deployment, which the Pentagon has increased at least three times in the past week, represents a major escalation of U.S. military presence at the border as President Trump emphasizes immigration issues in the final days of the midterm-election campaign.

There are no troops deployed at any of the dozens of ports of entry between the two countries. Instead, they are in nearby staging areas, the officials said. However, troops could begin positioning closer to entry ports at McAllen as early as this weekend, an official said.

The caravans consist of Hondurans and others fleeing crime and violence back home, many hoping for asylum in the U.S. If members of the nearest caravan walk toward the Rio Grande Valley crossings, the closest ports of entry, the caravan could reach the border in about three weeks, a U.S. official said.

The Rio Grande Valley, in South Texas, is the busiest stretch of border for illegal immigration between the official ports of entry. More than 63,000 people traveling with family members were arrested after crossing the border illegally in that area last year.

The number of people traveling as families arrested in that Border Patrol sector outpaced the number in the agency’s other sectors by tens of thousands. Nonetheless, other sectors along the border reported that the number of families arrested more than doubled between the 2017 and 2018 budget years.

For immigrants asking for refuge at ports of entry, the busiest single port, by far, is San Ysidro, south of San Diego, which received 15,700 migrants traveling with their families. It was an increase of more than 124% over last year.

San Ysidro would require the longest route for the nearest approaching caravan, but that destination is peppered with support facilities such as legal aid and is considered safer for travel.

Nearly 200 members of one Central American migrant caravan that arrived at the U.S. border in the spring crossed the border at San Ysidro, though Customs and Border Protection officials allowed only small groups of foreigners into the port at a time, citing capacity issues.

In Yuma, which includes parts of southwestern Arizona and a sliver of eastern California, agents arrested more than 14,554 people traveling with family members between October 2017 and September 2018, a jump of more than 140%. In the Tucson sector, which includes the border city of Nogales, agents reported a 143% increase in families, arresting 4,954 such migrants.

The troops being deployed are expected to be in place before the arrival of a caravan of about 4,000 would-be asylum seekers and migrants from Central America. Here, part of the caravan in Mexico’s Oaxaca state. PHOTO: LUIS VILLALOBOS/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

There are no troops around border crossings in and around El Paso, Texas, even though that region is the second busiest for migrating families.

More than 14,000 immigrants traveling with family members arrived at ports in that area last year, with most applying for asylum, an increase of 70% over the previous year.

A U.S. official said that while El Paso is closer than ports in Arizona and southern California, the route, spanning mountainous terrain, would be the most difficult for the nearest caravan to travel.

The troops being deployed to the border are expected to be in place before the arrival of a caravan of about 4,000 would-be asylum seekers and migrants from Central America. The military mission, dubbed Operation Faithful Patriot, is the largest single deployment of troops during Defense Secretary Jim Mattis’s nearly two-year tenure.

A smaller caravan crossed the Guatemalan-Mexican border Tuesday and is expected to make its way toward the U.S. border. Several other caravans are forming, officials have said.

Mr. Trump said Wednesday that up to 15,000 U.S. troops may be sent to the border, although the Department of Defense has said the active-duty troops, in addition to about 2,000 National Guard members sent earlier this year, are the only ones deploying.

Critics including many Democrats and former military officials charge that the military mission is driven more by politics than national security.

The Pentagon said it is still assessing how much the deployment will cost.

The Pentagon has said its mission is to provide services including logistics, medical care and transport support for Customs and Border Protection officials, but the military officials haven’t spelled out additional details. The troops are scheduled to be deployed until mid-December.

Military commanders also have said the troops are intended to “harden” ports of entry, although U.S. troops aren’t legally allowed to enforce U.S. laws.

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