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BORDER TOWN USA: Mexican Cartel-Connected Drug Trafficking Ring Busted in Oklahoma

BORDER TOWN, USA — Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (OBN) officials announced the arrest of 16 people for their alleged roles in a Mexican cartel-connected drug trafficking organization. Investigators said the local residents purchased fentanyl directly from “cartels out of Mexico.” The state did not specify which cartel was involved.

FILE PHOTO: Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics

Two Million Migrants Apprehended at Southwest Border for 2nd Straight Year

Border Patrol agents assigned to the nine southwest border sectors apprehended more than two million migrants for the second consecutive year. September’s apprehension of approximately 218,000 migrants pushed the Fiscal Year 23 report to just over two million migrants, according to unofficial Border Patrol reports reviewed by Breitbart Texas.

FY23 Border Apprehensions. (Photos: Breitbart Texas/AP/Texas DPS/Border Patrol)

12K Migrants Apprehended in Arizona Border Sector in One Week

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 12,000 migrants during the past week. Unofficial Border Patrol reports reviewed by Breitbart Texas reveal the apprehension of approximately 50,000 migrants so far this month.

Tucson Sector Apprehnsions in late September. (U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector)

Elon Musk Visits Texas Border Crisis Hotspot with Rep. Gonzales

Elon Musk dropped into the most visible hotspot of the Texas border crisis on Thursday afternoon. Musk visited the migrant detention area under the international bridge with a contingent of Texas sheriffs and U.S. Representative Tony Gonzales (R-TX).

Elon Musk arrives on Texas border in Eagle Pass. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Texas Guardsmen Disciplined for Cutting Razor Wire on Border to Save Lives, Says Source

Two Texas National Guard soldiers assigned to Operation Lone Star were disciplined after cutting razor wire along the bank of the Rio Grande, according to a source within U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The soldiers reportedly cut the wire to give access to migrants with small children who had been standing in the hot sun for hours.

Border Patrol Agents Cut Razor Wire in Eagle Pass. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Migrant Surge in Texas Border Town Outpacing Haitian Crisis of 2021

An estimated 1,500 mostly Venezuelan migrants entered the small border town of Eagle Pass, Texas,  during the late evening hours on Tuesday. The latest group of migrants to surrender to authorities brings the eight-day total of migrant crossings to more than 16,000. It took ten full days in September 2021 for 15,000 mostly Haitian migrants to ford the river during the infamous immigration surge in Del Rio.

Mostly Adult Male Migrants Stream into Eagle Pass, Texas. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Texas to Sanctuary Cities: Gear Up, More Migrant Buses on the Way

The State of Texas is telling mayors of sanctuary cities in other states to “gear up” as “more migrant buses are on the way.” Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered additional buses to transport migrants being released onto the streets of border communities.

Texas Ramps Up Busing of Migrants from Border. (AP File Photos)

WATCH: Migrants Breach Border, Push Small Children Under Texas Razor Wire

Texas Department of Public Safety troopers began arresting migrants who breached the razor wire barrier in Eagle Pass, Texas, on Thursday afternoon. During the breach, Breitbart Texas observed small children being pushed under the wire meant to deter illegal migrant crossings.

Migrants Breach Texas Border. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

3-Yr-Old Child, One Adult Migrant Drown Crossing Texas Border Within 24 Hours

Border Patrol agents recovered the body of a three-year-old migrant child who drowned while crossing the Texas border river with Mexico on Wednesday near Eagle Pass, Texas. A second migrant, an adult, drowned within 24 hours in the same area. The recovery of the second body is underway Thursday morning.

Border Patrol and Texas Army National Guard Boats Patrol Rio Grande at Eagle Pass

Another 3,000 Migrants Poised in Mexico to Cross Border into Texas

Law enforcement sources confirmed to Breitbart Texas on Thursday that another 3,000 migrants arrived in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, and are poised to cross the Biden administration’s “closed border.” Migrants began crossing the Rio Grande again Thursday morning to enter Eagle Pass, Texas.

Nearly 3,000 migrants begin crossing Rio Grande into Eagle Pass, Texas, on September 20.(Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: 1,500 Migrants Cross into Texas Border Town in 6 Hours

More than 1,500 migrants crossed the border from Mexico into Eagle Pass during the first six hours of Monday morning, according to a source with CBP. This shatters a record for the small Texas border town established last Friday when 1,300 migrants crossed the border in a single day.

Migrant surge in Eagle Pass, Texas. (Randy Clark/Breitbart Texas)

Texas Lt. Gov. Rebukes House over Paxton Impeachment, Speaker Claims Bias

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick issued a scathing rebuke of the House of Representatives following the Senate’s acquittal of Attorney General Ken Paxton. House Speaker Dade Phelan quickly responded that Patrick admitted his bias after promising to be an impartial judge in the trial.

Dan Patrtick and Dade Phelan (AP/Getty Photos)

WATCH: Texas Senate Votes Paxton Not Guilty on All 16 Counts

The Texas Senate “jurors” completed their deliberation and returned to the chambers to deliver their verdict on the 16 Articles of Impeachment against suspended Attorney General Ken Paxton. The verdicts will determine if the impeached attorney general will be removed from or return to his office and duties.

Texas Senators Return to Vote in Paxton Impeachment (AP Photos)


Closing arguments in the Texas Senate impeachment trial of suspended Attorney General Ken Paxton begin on Friday morning in the Capitol. House Managers and the defense team will present their summation to the 30 voting senators serving as jurors in the impeachment trial.

Tony Buzbee and Rusty Hardin square off for closing arguments in the Ken Paxton AG Impeachment trial. (AP Photos: Eric Gay)

LIVE — TEXAS AG IMPEACHMENT DAY 5: Testimony Continues

Day five of the Texas Senate Impeachment Trial of suspended Attorney General Ken Paxton opened with direct testimony from Mark Penley. Mr. Penley served as deputy attorney general for law enforcement before resigning.

Witness Mark Penley, who served as the deputy attorney general for criminal justice under Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for one year, provides testimony as he is examined by Rusty Hardin, an attorney for the House impeachment managers, during day 5 of Paxton's impeachment trial in the Senate chamber at …

Live Stream of Day 2 of Texas AG Paxton Impeachment Trial

The impeachment trial of suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton resumed on Wednesday with the testimony of former First Assistant Jeff Mateer. Before testimony of Mateer began, Paxton’s defense team withdrew its objection to privileged communications.

Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton, left, stands with his attorney Tony Buzbee, right, before his impeachment trial in the Senate Chamber at the Texas Capitol, Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Texas Senate ‘Jurors’ Soundly Reject Motions to Dismiss in Paxton Impeachment Trial

The first morning of the impeachment trial of Texas Attorney General Warren Ken Paxton, Jr., began with consideration of Paxton’s motions to dismiss the articles of impeachment. The Texas senators serving as jurors soundly rejected Paxton’s argument that the Prior-Term “Forgiveness” Doctrine should result in the dismissal of the impeachment proceedings.

Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton, center, sits with his attorneys Dan Cogdell, rear, and Tony Buzbee, front, during the his impeachment trial in the Senate Chamber at the Texas Capitol, Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Live Stream: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Impeachment Trial — Day 1

The impeachment trial of suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton begins at 9 a.m. CDT on Tuesday. The trial is expected to last at least two to three weeks as House impeachment managers present witness testimony and more than 4,000 pages of evidence. Paxton’s lawyers are expected to move for the articles of impeachment to be dismissed under the “prior term doctrine,” claiming the alleged offenses occurred before the last election. 

Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton, left, talks with his attorneys before his impeachment trial for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in the Senate Chamber at the Texas Capitol, Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Texas Attorney General’s Impeachment Trial Begins

The Texas Senate impeachment trial of suspended Attorney General Warren Kenneth Paxton, Jr. begins on Tuesday, September 5. Paxton, a former Texas state senator, faces sixteen articles of impeachment. Paxton must enter a guilty or not guilty plea to each article brought against him.

Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton makes a statement at his office in Austin, Texas, Friday, May 26, 2023. he Texas Senate is set to gavel in Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023, for the impeachment trial of Paxton, a formal airing of corruption allegations that could lead Republican lawmakers to oust …

Three Migrant Children Found Abandoned by Smugglers on Border in Texas

Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector found three migrant children who had been abandoned last week by human smugglers along the Rio Grande. Earlier in the week, agents apprehended a large group of migrants that included 26 additional unaccompanied migrant children.

Border Patrol agents rescued three unaccompanied migrant children near the Texas border with Mexico. (U.S. Border Patrol/Del Rio Sector)