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Border Patrol arrests 376, who dug under barrier in Arizona



SAN LUIS, Ariz. (AP) – A group of 376 Central Americans were arrested in southwest Arizona, most of those who dug short, shallow holes under a barrier to cross the border, authorities said Friday. [19659002] The group dug under a steel barrier in seven places about 16 kilometers east of a border crossing in San Luis and made no effort to remove immigration agents. They included 176 children.

The unusually large group was almost exclusively from Guatemala. They were taken to Yuma after entering the country Monday.

The area became an important corridor for illegal crossings in the mid-2000s, causing the Bush administration to weld steel plates to a barrier made of steel balls designed to stop people in vehicles. foot patrol spokesman Jose Garibay said.

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Migrants in Tijuana who trickle over and under the border wall

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Honduras wanders Joel Mendez, 22, passing his eight-month-old son Daniel through a hole under the American border wall to his partner, Yesenia Martinez, 24, who had already crossed in Tijuana, Mexico, Friday, December 7, 2018. Moments later, Martinez surrendered to wait for border guards while Mendez was back in Tijuana to work and said he feared he would be deported if he crossed. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

Central American immigrants planning to surrender to US border patrol operators, climb over the US border wall from Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, late Monday, December 3, 2018. Thousands of immigrants live in crowded tent towns in the Mexican city of Tijuana after making a cruel, weeks-long journey to the US border. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

On a picture taken from Playas of Tijuana, Mexico, Honduras immigrants climb over part of the US border fence before being sent to border control agents on Sunday, December 2, 2018. A steady trickle of Central American immigrants have found ways to climb over, tunnel under or slip through the US border to plant their feet on American soil and ask for asylum. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

Honduran immigrants who skipped the border wall to the United States help other members of their families jump over the wall in Tijuana, Mexico, Sunday, December 2, 2018. Thousands of immigrants traveled via caravan search asylum in the United States, but faces a decision between waiting months or crossing illegally, because the US government only deals with a limited number of cases a day on the San Ysidro crossing in San Diego. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

Honduran immigrant Joel Mendez, 22, feeds his eight-month-old son Daniel as his partner Yesenia Martinez, 24, crawling through a hole under the American border wall in Tijuana, Mexico, Friday, December 7 2018. Moments later, Martinez surrendered to wait for border guards while Mendez was lagging behind in Tijuana to work and said he was afraid he would be deported if he crossed. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

Yesenia Martinez, 24, carries her eight-month-old son Daniel, seeking a place to cross the US border to surrender to the border patrol and request asylum in Tijuana, Mexico, Friday December 7, 2018. Martinez surrendered to wait for border guards while her partner Joel Mendez lagged behind in Tijuana to work and said he was afraid he would be deported if he crossed. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

A woman climbs the US border wall and plans to surrender to US border patrols and apply for asylum as she crosses from Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, Monday 3 December 2018. Often within few Minutes, border guards quickly escort migrants to detention centers and initiate "credible fear" interviews. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

A woman holding a nursery parent through the US border fence as she tries to reach a point where the number of immigrants has crossed over the past few days, now blocked by private security in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, Wednesday, December 5, 2018. Legal groups claim that federal law stipulates that immigrants can seek asylum no matter how they enter the US territory. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

Honduras immigrant Leivi Ortega, 22, wears a rosary, looks at his phone while she, her partner and their young daughter are waiting to find an opportunity to cross the US border from Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, Wednesday, December 5, 2018. In early December, US Customs and Border Protection said that the San Diego sector experienced a "small uptick" in families entering the United States illegally for the purpose of search asylum. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

Yesenia Martinez, 24, returns from San Diego, California's side of the US border to get her baby bottle, after crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, Friday, December 7 2018. Martinez is among a wave of Central Americans passing the impressive barrier between Mexico and California and speeding up their asylum applications by easily transferring to US agents. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

A Honduran wanderer helps a young girl over to the US side of the border wall, in Tijuana, Mexico, Sunday, December 2, 2018. In November, President Donald Trump issued a proclamation suspending asylum rights for individuals, who is trying to cross to the United States illegally from Mexico, even though a shared US court of appeal has refused to promptly allow the Trump administration to enforce the ban. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

Salvadoran immigrant Cesar Jobet and Daniel Jeremias Cruz are hiding from US border brokers after they dug a hole in the sand under the border wall and crossed to the United States in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, Friday 30 November 2018. When the two youths were discovered by agents, they ran back to the Mexican side. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

A Honduran immigrant joins his son in his arms after jumping over the US border wall with plans to turn to US border patrol brokers to apply for asylum from Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, November 29, 2018. In two or three years or sometimes, migrants arrive at the US border and succeed in crossing. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

A Honduran wanderer walks with his son in his arms after jumping on the wall to the United States, separating Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego in Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, November 29, 2018. Help workers and humanitarian organizations expressed concern for Thursday about the conditions of hygiene in the sports complex in Tijuana, where more than 6,000 Central American immigrants are packed in a room sufficient for half of the many people and where lice infestations and respiratory infections are severe. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

A Honduran wanderer walks with his son in his arms after jumping the wall to the United States, which separates Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego in Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, November 29, 2018. Support workers and humanitarian organizations expressed concern for Thursday about the conditions of the sports complex in Tijuana, where more than 6,000 Central American immigrants are packed in a room sufficient for half of the many people and where lice infestations and respiratory infections are severe. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

A Honduran immigrant goes after jumping the wall to the United States, separating Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego in Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, November 29, 2018. Aid workers and humanitarian organizations expressed concerns Thursday the conditions of hygiene in the sports complex in Tijuana, where more than 6,000 Central American immigrants are packed in a room sufficient for half of the many people and where lice infestations and respiratory infections are severe. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

On a photo taken from Tijuana, Mexico, side of the border wall, a watch on the American side to the left, Honduras immigrants see jumping over the wall in the US, Sunday, December. 2, 2018. Thousands of immigrants traveling by caravan seek asylum in the United States, but face a decision between waiting months or crossing illegally because the US government only deals with a limited number of cases per day on the border with San Ysidro San Diego border. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

On a photo taken from Tijuana, Mexico, side of the border, two immigrants on US soil try to jump the other wall before border police arrived and arrested them on Sunday, December 2, 2018. Thousands of Immigrants traveling by caravan seek asylum in the United States, but face a decision between waiting months or crossing illegally, because the US government only deals with a limited number of cases a day on the San Ysidro crossing in San Diego. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)

On a photo taken from Tijuana, Mexico, side of the border wall, a US border patrol is seen as Honduras immigrants who skipped the wall surrender on the US side, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Thousands of immigrants traveling by caravan seek asylum in the United States, but face a decision between waiting months or crossing illegally because the US government only deals with a limited number of cases per day at the San Yidro border crossing in San Diego. (AP Photo / Ramon Espinosa)




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The group used several gaps in an apparent effort to quickly get everyone across the border, Garibay said.

Customs and Border Protection published photos and video of a large number of immigrants standing patiently on a desert road's grime debt after they were stopped.

On. On January 9, the border patrol organized a group of 247 people, mainly from Central America, who approached agents in a very remote part of New Mexico. The agency said many needed medical attention.

Large number of Guatemalan families and unaccompanied children surrender immigration agents in Antelope Wells, New Mexico, where 7-year-old Jakelin Caal and her father were found December 6 with 161 others

(US Customs and Border Protection via AP) [19659002] Caal started vomiting on the bus trip to the nearest border patrol station 94 miles (150 kilometers) away and had stopped the weather when she arrived. She died at a hospital in El Paso, Texas.

The southwestern Arizona desert is less distant, but arrests have also risen sharply after years of relatively quiet. Border Patrol's Yuma sector made 7,857 arrests in October and November, more than twice the same period the year before.

Despite an increase in asylum-seeking families from Central America in recent months, border arrests are still low with historical standards. 19659002] The Border Patrol made 396,579 arrests on the Mexican border in the 2018 government year, an increase of 30 percent from a 46 year low in the same period the year before, but still well below a high of more than 1.6 million in 2000. [19659039] More from Aol.com :

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