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Dashcam footage shows the moment five illegal immigrants bailed out of a vehicle and fled onto rancher property during a traffic stop in southern Texas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said that on Friday, a DPS trooper stopped a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on Farm to Market Road 133 in La Salle County.
Before the stop, the vehicle’s driver pulled over and came to a rest near a ranch fence, DPS said.
Texas DPS Lt. Chris Olivarez shared dash cam and body cam footage as the chase came to an end and five illegal aliens were seen bailing out and fleeing into the night, on a ranch property.
They were not caught.
The smuggler, identified as 20-year-old Angelina Charles of Carrizo Springs, was arrested.
“A @TxDPS Trooper disrupts a human smuggling attempt on FM 133 in La Salle Co. The driver was smuggling 5 illegal immigrants & admitted to getting paid $3,200 per person. She was arrested for human smuggling. The illegal immigrants absconded into the brush,” Olivarez reported.
The officer is heard telling Charles that she already has an outstanding warrant on record for her arrest.
“I do?” she responds.
According to the report, the outstanding arrest warrant was for an assault. Now she has been busted for human smuggling as well.
A @TxDPS Trooper disrupts a human smuggling attempt on FM 133 in La Salle Co. The driver was smuggling 5 illegal immigrants & admitted to getting paid $3,200 per person. She was arrested for human smuggling. The illegal immigrants absconded into the brush. #OperationLoneStar pic.twitter.com/mucBZKFspQ
— Chris Olivarez (@LtChrisOlivarez) November 22, 2022
Illegal immigrants in Texas bail from vehicle during traffic stop, video shows https://t.co/ze3IIhzWoj
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 22, 2022
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