Border Patrol Report

Published on Thu, Mar 24, 2011
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March 2: Border Patrol agents arrested a naturalized citizen of Canada after she entered the United States illegally near Blaine.  She was a prior removal and will be held for reinstatement of the previous deportation.

March 3: Border Patrol agents arrested a male United States citizen after he illegally entered the United States near Sixth and A streets in Blaine.  Record checks were negative, and the subject was cited for illegal entry and released.

March 5: Border Patrol agents assisted Everson Police officers after a subject involved in a vehicle pursuit fled into a house.  The subject involved in the pursuit was arrested by Everson Police and an immigration hold was placed on him for being a Mexican national, illegally present in the United States.  An additional illegal alien from Mexico, who was also in the home, was arrested by agents and given a voluntary return to Mexico.

March 6: Border Patrol agents responded to a request for Spanish translation from a Lynden Police officer on a traffic stop.  The subject was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree by the Lynden Police, and then arrested by the Border Patrol for being a Mexican national illegally present in the United States.
A records check revealed that the subject had a misdemeanor warrant out of Mount Vernon and a prior deportation from the United States.

March 14: One citizen of Mexico, who is a previously deported criminal alien, was apprehended in Everson. An immigration hold was placed on the subject, and he was transported to the Whatcom County Jail to face local charges by the Everson police department.

March 16: Border Patrol agents encountered two individuals who were suspected of crossing the international boundary near Double Ditch Road.
One subject was found to be a United States citizen and the other was a citizen of Turkey that possessed a valid permanent resident card. Both subjects were cited for failing to report their arrival to a customs officer at an official port of entry. They were transported to the Aldergrove Port of Entry and released.

March 16: Border Patrol agents encountered two citizens of Poland in Blaine. The subjects were found to be illegally present in the United States. Both subjects were processed for removal.