Three members of the Mara Salvatrucha arrested on the Texas border

Agents of the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) they arrested three Salvadoran immigrants that they had entered the United States across the southern border.

The authorities identify them as members of the Mara Salvatrucha or MS-13. A fourth immigrant, also Salvadoran, was arrested. He had previously been “convicted with a pending warrant in Dallas,” the Office details in a statement.

The alleged gang members entered the country among immigrant groups. One of them had been in jail in his country, on the charge of aggravated murder; another was also Behind bars for staying in the United States after being deported.

The third is accused of causing “bodily injury” in Dallas in 2010, and was wanted in the city for sexual assault against a minor.

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