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Florida Highway Patrol arrests two men in two days in separate trafficking cases

(CNN)According to an incident report from authorities, the Florida Highway Patrol has two people this week for smuggling others into the state. Was arrested. ..

On Wednesday, soldiers from Samter County pulled a Ford Explorer with an expired temporary Texas tag and a cracked windshield obstructing the driver's view.

Trooper talked to Jose Juarez, a driver who said he was traveling from Florida to Houston. Passengers in cars who handed stamps and Mexican passports without Mexican ID when asked for ID "appeared to be clearly nervous during the dialogue," Trooper said.

According to the incident report, the US Border Guard confirmed that passengers were illegally staying in the United States and had previously been deported.

According to the report, Juarez told authorities that he had only spoken to passengers on the phone and had recently met him and was not sure if he was legally in the United States. According to prison records, Juarez was arrested, taken to Samter County Jail, and detained in $ 10,000 bonds for smuggling.

It's unclear if he has a lawyer.

According to the incident report, car passengers were detained by border guards.

According to a second case report, the same soldier stopped a white Chevrolet in the adjacent Hernando County on Thursday for having windows darker than the statutory shades.

The driver provided the soldiers with a Mexican passport and an expired Mexican driver's license, saying that there were eight others in the car, all wearing "pretty fluorescent yellow shirts". The report states.

According to the incident report, authorities searched the vehicle and found a ledger containing a bag of yellow shirts that was particularly clean by name, destination, price, and other items.

Driver Javier Palma Gennaro picks up eight passengers in Arizona on Tuesday after receiving a call asking a group of undocumented people to drive to Florida. I told the authorities. Earlier, according to the report. Parma-Genaro told soldiers that he would earn $ 250 per person.

Reportedly, Parma-Genaro was arrested on several charges of smuggling. According to prison records, he was detained in Hernando County Jail in a $ 90,500 prison.

It's unclear if he has a lawyer.

Arrests occur days after the deaths of 53 migrantsfound in hot and humid conditions in a semi-track in San Antonio, Texas. Some of them may have beenunder the age of 18. ..
Two men were indicted in connection with these deaths, CNNpreviously reported.