More than 130 undocumented migrants surrender to Arizona Border Patrol
The Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 13 undocumented migrants in Arizona Wednesday.
The migrants were reportedly determined the migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua near San Miguel, miles from the Arizona-Mexico border.
All migrants were provided with face masks and were transported to Tucson, according to the interim Chief Patrol Agent for the Tucson sector.
#BorderPatrol agents encountered over 130 illegal aliens that surrendered near San Miguel, #AZ. The group consisted of citizens from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Masks were provided and the group was transported to #Tucson for processing. @CBP pic.twitter.com/0zb4k4MTD0— John R. Modlin (@USBPChiefTCA) April 7, 2021
The Fox News reported that about 750 unaccompanied minors crossed the border Wednesday. More than 20,000 children being sheltered by the Department of Homeland Security as 20,273 children have been divided between U.S. Customer and Border Protection (CBP) and Health and Human Services (HHS) care.
"The Biden administration caused this crisis and has repeatedly failed to address it," Abbott said. "The administration failed to plan for the influx of children that they invited to come. Now they face allegations of despicable child abuse and neglect."