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Border Patrol agents and Brooks County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a call about a deceased migrant found on a ranch in South Texas. The Mexican migrant is the 35th person to die in this single Texas county located about 80 miles north of the U.S.- Mexico border.
Brooks County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Rolando Gutierrez teamed up with Border Patrol agents from the Falfurrias Station on August 27 to respond to a call about a deceased migrant on a ranch located west of Falfurrias on U.S. Highway 285, according to information provided to Breitbart Texas by sheriff’s office officials. The area is a known pick-up area where human smugglers meet up with migrants who have successfully marched around the Falfurrias Border Patrol checkpoint located on U.S. Highway 281.
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The agents and Deputy Gutierrez entered one ranch and traveled more than 5 miles to reach the ranch were the migrant’s body had been found. The terrain in the area is extremely soft sand that makes driving and walking extremely difficult.
Upon arrival at the scene, Deputy Gutierrez observed the body of the deceased migrant lying face up on the ground in an area of dense thorny brush. The deputy observed the body was swollen to the point of being close to popping.
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A local justice of the peace made the declaration of death and the deputy began to search for information about the deceased migrant.
Documents found in the decedent’s wallet identified him as a 30-year-old Mexican national, Gildardo Flores-Perez, from Hidalgo, Mexico. Also in the migrant’s possession was $52 in U.S. currency, a silver pocket knife, and a yellow lighter.
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Flores-Perez was wearing blue jeans and a grey pullover shirt with a Coke logo on the front. He...
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