A passenger in a car pulled over during routine open container stop earlier this month in Marathon turned out to be a man who had illegally entered the United States and had already been twice deported, according to federal court records
A passenger in a car pulled over during routine open container stop earlier this month in Marathon turned out to be a man who had illegally entered the United States and had already been twice deported, according to federal court records Miami Herald File
A passenger in a car pulled over during routine open container stop earlier this month in Marathon turned out to be a man who had illegally entered the United States and had already been twice deported, according to federal court records Miami Herald File

An open-container stop turns into an immigration case

July 23, 2017 8:43 AM

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