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Illegal Immigrants Discovered At A Home In The Freeport Area

BY DENISE MAYCOCK

Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT – More than a dozen illegal immigrants were discovered at a home in the Freeport area on Tuesday evening, police reported.
Drug Enforcement Unit officers got a tip and went to the house on South Mall Drive around 7.15pm, where they executed a search warrant.
Inspector Terecita Pinder said 17 illegal nationals were discovered and taken into custody.

She said the group consisted of 11 Indians and six Haitians. 
Inspector Pinder said the investigation by police and immigration authorities is ongoing.

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ThisIsOurs 4 years, 4 months ago

Good job. Now handle these people properly.

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stillwaters 4 years, 4 months ago

I just hope that the BAHAMIANS involved with hiding these people are dealt with too.

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SP 4 years, 4 months ago

Whoever is found to be involved with aiding these people MUST BE PROSCECUTED to full extent of the law.

This nonsense will never stop as long their is no penalty for those helping illegal immigrants. Nassau is awash in illegals and those helping them find jobs and housing walk around big and bold asking everyone that even looks like an employer for jobs for illegals.

Government need to get serious or get out of the way and allow others do what has to be doneto deal with the illegal immigrant problem

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