Dozens of “Unaccompanied Children” Illegally Cross Into Texas Border County

Dozens of “Unaccompanied Children” Illegally Cross Into Texas Border County

Authorities in Texas say they encountered dozens of “unaccompanied children” in a single county during a slew of illegal border crossings in under 24 hours.

Some 31 illegal aliens traveling alone and claiming to be under 18 were apprehended by Texas troopers in Maverick County, including at least one as young as 5 years of age.

On Monday, a large group consisting of 88 illegals stormed private property near the border before being rounded up by Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) and brought to Val Verde Processing Center.

“Troopers arrested 38 single adults from Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela, Guatemala, Honduras, & the Dominican Republic for criminal trespass,” TxDPS spokesman Lt. Chris Olivarez explained in a statement.

TxDPS also determined there were 23 unaccompanied minors in the group – 16 males and seven females.

On Tuesday, TxDPS discovered two boys, ages 5 and 7, carrying a note with an address in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Also on Tuesday, troopers apprehended half a dozen males who appear to be young teenagers, according to a blurred photo shared by TxDPS.

While illegal migration flows into Texas have decreased in recent months, groups are frequently being caught in Maverick County, in and around the city of Eagle Pass.

Between June 2 and 8, 131 illegals were apprehended in Maverick County, including a male from Jordan.

“DPS Troopers arrested Mohammad Saher Mohammad Nofal, 22, of Jordan for criminal trespass. Mohammad Nofal was among a large group of illegal immigrants who crossed unlawfully on private property,” Lt. Olivarez stated.

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