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Two Mexican nationals were arrested in Arizona this week, after the third tunnel is the provision of a concealed passage beneath the U.S.-mexico border found in the town of Nogales, this month, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said in a statement on Thursday.
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ICE agents found that the 82-metre-long, 8-foot-deep tunnel on Tuesday, during the execution of a search warrant at a home in Nogales, Arizona., according to the statement. About 200 pounds of meth, two pounds of white heroin, and three kilograms of cocaine, and a six-and-a-half-pound of fentanyl have also been found during the raid. The two Mexican nationals — Jovany Robledo-Delgado, Jesus Martinez, Selgado, were arrested and charged with possession of and conspiracy to distribute hard drugs. They both appeared in federal court on Wednesday.
(U. s. Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
The tunnel will run from the Arizona house to the entry of a sewage pipeline and called on the International Palate Interceptor (IOI). In the IOI the transportation of millions of gallons of waste water a day from the twin towns of Nogales, one of Mexico, Sonora, and the other across the international border into Arizona for a wastewater treatment plant in Rio Rico, Ariz., Fox 10 Phoenix reported.
The officers also found a stash of 200 pounds of meth and two kilograms of heroin, and three kilograms of cocaine, 6.5 kilograms of fentanyl. (U. s. Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
The Tunnels are to be used by the Mexican cartel to transport drugs across the border. The migrants have reportedly used the tunnels to try to enter the U.S. illegally, exceeding the requirements of the designated ports of entry.
Officials believe the tunnel was to be there for at least a couple of months. They carried out the search warrant at the home after receiving an anonymous tip about drug smuggling by the IOI, Phoenix’s KTVK-TV reported. It is the third uncovered in Nogales, in the course of December.
On Dec. 4, the U. s. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents and Mexican police found an incomplete tunnel beneath the streets, during a routine sweep of a storm drainage system which serves the sister cities of Nogales, on both sides of the border, Fox 10 reported.
It was about 10 feet under the ground for about 20 minutes in the united states. on the Mexican side of the border. It was about three feet wide and four feet high. The agents took her to the entrance, on the floor of an existing drainage system, the tunnel opening is blocked by debris, and a mixture of Polystyrene and cement. No people or drugs were found inside.
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At about 50 meters away, a second one was found on Nov. 10. The CBP agents arrested four immigrants after watching them on surveillance cameras attempting to cross the U.S.-mexico border, according to Fox 10. While it is up to the migrant of the trip, together with representatives of the tunnel is approximately 5 metres north of the Boundary Fence. The mexican police later located the entrance to the tunnel on the other side of the fence. The game is about 10 feet below the ground.