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Revealed: Arrests of deported sex offenders, felons, gang members up 300 percent along border

According to reports, the number of arrests of deported sex offenders, felons, and gang members, including Mexican drug cartels, continues to surge in multiple sectors along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Arrests of criminal migrants who illegally re-entered the U.S. jumped from 2,438 in Fiscal Year 2020 to 9,728 through the end of August 2021. This represents an increase of nearly 300 percent with the September numbers still unreported.

Of those arrested, 448 had convictions for sex offenses. That number is up from 156 for all of Fiscal Year 2020. In addition to that, Border Patrol agents apprehended 1,769 migrants with outstanding warrants for their arrest.

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