[Ed. – Between the criminals, the gang members, the people dropping 2-year-olds over the border fence and the parents force-marching their 7-year-olds through the desert without food or water, the surging migrants sound like a crowd of people that might not make a net-positive contribution to America.]
Approximately 280 migrants who traveled as part of caravans from Central America have been arrested by police in Mexico’s northern border city of Tijuana in recent weeks, according to an elected official in the city.
Genaro Lopez Moreno, a municipal delegate for downtown Tijuana, on Thursday said the arrests are in connection with drug possession, public drunkenness, and now “breaking and entering” into homes.
“People have made citizen’s arrests. Things aren’t very nice here. The neighborhood is tired of them, the merchants and the schools,” Lopez Moreno said in a Fox News interview.