Two Mexican citizens were arrested in Texas this week in connection with. A federal judge ruled on Friday.
Juan Claudio D'Luna-Mendez (23 years old) abandoned Friday's detention hearing, Juan Francisco D'Luna-Bilbao (48 years old) listens until August 1 with a lawyer file The meeting was postponed.
The pair was arrested on Monday after law enforcement officers saw them leave the address associated with the registration of the abandoned truck. Thereimmigrants died of apparent heat stroke and dehydration.
D'Luna-Bilbao was caught hiding his pistol in the center console of the pickup truck he was driving, and found more weapons in the house where Death Truck was registered. It has been.
Both men were charged with illegally possessing weapons from foreigners in the United States. This can result in imprisonment of up to 10 years.
It is unclear what role the two men are believed to have played in the horrors that occurred on Monday. 64 immigrants in a famous smuggling spot on the outskirts of San Antonio.
By the time authorities found the truck, 48 people had died.
Zamorano allegedly passed the truck through at least one immigration office with a three-digit heat wave from the southern border. Authorities said the trailer did not have a working air conditioner.
The accused smuggler was charged with a single count of illegal immigrant transport and died. If convicted, he may face the death penalty.