Wow. Sounds like a dumb criminals story. They couldn’t think of a better way to conceal the cash in a vehicle?
I assume that a female border control agent found the cash.
So, yeah, just stupid criminals, and the kid was uncomfortable with it.
We have our own local crop, of all races, in my area. Dumb criminals, they are everywhere.
“Wow. Sounds like a dumb criminals story. They couldnt think of a better way to conceal the cash in a vehicle?”
Some of GWB’s ‘family values’...
Check this one out. Gives new meaning to the word ‘cajones’...6 aliens got ticked off at their boss/job and walked off, but wanted a ride out...so they call an ambulance!
Call for ambulance ride leads to arrest for 6 illegal immigrants in Mich.
Men did not need care, taken into custody at work site, handed over to feds
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Six illegal immigrants who were seeking a ride out of the area Thursday following a dispute with their supervisor at a construction site got one, according to Huron County Sheriff Kelly J. Hanson.
Deputies from the Huron County Sheriffs Office took six illegal immigrants into custody after a disagreement at a local construction site.
(The men) were in need of transportation out of the area, Hanson said, adding the situation was remedied when deputies took them (the illegal immigrants) into custody.
Deputy Brad Strozeski was dispatched shortly before 10 a.m. Thursday following a request for an ambulance at the Cooperative Elevator Co. grain elevator construction project location along M-142 near Moore Road in Oliver Township.
Hanson said when Strozeski arrived on scene, an ambulance was not needed. However, the deputy found six males from Mexico who had been working for an out-of-state construction company at the site. The men were standing near the roadway.
Apparently, the men had a disagreement with the on-site construction supervisor, and quit their jobs, Hanson said. The men were transported using a departmental van, to a rendezvous with federal officials for deportation processing. The exchange took place without further incident.
Thursdays incident is the second involving illegal immigrants working for sub-contractors working locally for the Cooperative Elevator Co.
On March 31, 2011, an illegal immigrant working for an Indiana contractor on a silo project at the Cooperative Elevators Ruth location was taken into custody by Bad Axe Police after he allegedly committed a number of minor traffic offenses.
The officer was able to determine the drivers name was Alberto Gomez, and he was an illegal immigrant. The officer also learned three of the passengers in the vehicle at the time were illegal immigrants.
Gomez was taken into custody for driving without a license and later deported. The officer was not able to obtain any further information as to the identity of the other passengers. They were later released when an ICE agent told local police that ICE no longer would place a detainer on illegal immigrants unless they were being lodged on local charges.