October 24, 2005

Predator Scores in Cochise County
Group of Fifty Illegals Spotted by UAV

Still Chasing Group
Sierra Vista, Arizona -- According to reliable sources, the Predator B unmanned aerial vehicle was put to work this morning in Cochise County, Arizona, one of the busiest human smuggling corridors in the U.S. Right off the bat, the UAV spotted a group of fifty suspected border intruders near Ash Canyon in the Huachuca Mountains at around 7 am (PDT) Monday morning, Oct. 24. Border Patrol Agents had some difficulty locating the group because of their lack of GPS systems. American Border Patrol has long supported the use of UAVs and sophisticated GPS units. As of 9:30 am the agents were still working to apprehend the group.

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