Another group of Brazilians caught

Another group of Brazilians caught

Another group of Brazilians were caught on Friday on a Valencia bus at the Crooked Tree junction.  Of the 22 migrants, eighteen were adults.  According to the group they were promised a smooth trip to the border and that from there they would be able to make their way to the United States.  The group says they paid cash and handed over their passport to a man.  Eight of the group were charged with illegal entry, nine were charged as prohibited migrants.  The adults appeared in court today where they were all granted bail of one thousand dollars each plus a five dollar cost of court.  The entire group reportedly came through the Mopan River in the Benque Viejo area.  Unlike a group of Brazilians that were picked up last week, this set was fined and is currently awaiting deportation.  Those fined today are Igor Lucio Dos Santos, Darlene Aparecida Do Carmo, Camilla Gomes Lima Moreira, Joaquim Marcelino Moreira, Junior Lucio Dos Santos, Richardson Glaugher, Martin  Morta, Kelle Cristina Lopes, Goncalves Morta, Wagner Laurenco Dos Santos, Jonathan Enrique Pinharo Da Silva, Emanuel Henrique Barbosa Gaspar, Marcus Da Silva Magalhaes, Tiago Pereira De Araujo, Moises Peterson Ramos Amaral, Arildo PereiraDe Souza, Suzy Christine Souza, Alan Isidro De Carravallo, Carlos Henriquez Catharino, and Igor Rodriguez Do Carmo

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