SBI – Border Audio – 08/09/13 – 08/13/13

08/09/13 – 0000~2400hrs – 14 Groups, 45 Bodies

3 minutes of condensed audio  (click on link below)  Note change to MP3 audio format

http://www.secureborderintel.org/BorderBlotter/BorderAudio080913.mp3

Groups of:  1,5,1,4,1,2,2,6,1,6,1,1,7

(P= “46” Drug Packers, A= Armed individuals, U= UltraLight, LV= Load Vehicle, B=Bailout, FTY=Failure to Yield)

Significant Events in Audio:

— There were MANY groups being worked during this 24 hour period where the size of the group could not be determined.
— Note: excessive temperatures in the desert continue to result in multiple 911 distress calls from Illegal aliens  suffering from dehydration. The Border Patrol stated priority mission in the summer time is Search & Rescue, with enforcement taking a secondary role.
—  Note: Continued monsoon storm conditions limit tracking/detection efforts –  Limited activity/participation by DHS  “High-Flyer” reconnaissance aircraft has been detected during the last week.   

 

08/10/13 – 0000~2400hrs – 12 Groups,  39 Bodies – Tracking UltraLight Aircraft – SR286

5 minutes of condensed audio  (click on link below)  Note change to MP3 audio format

http://www.secureborderintel.org/BorderBlotter/BorderAudio081013.mp3

Groups of:  2,1,6P,1U,12,1,1,5,3,2,1,4,1

(P= “46” Drug Packers, A= Armed individuals, U= UltraLight, LV= Load Vehicle, B=Bailout, FTY=Failure to Yield)

Significant Events in Audio:

— There were MANY groups being worked during this 24 hour period where the size of the group could not be determined.
— Note: excessive temperatures in the desert continue to result in multiple 911 distress calls from Illegal aliens  suffering from dehydration. The Border Patrol stated priority mission in the summer time is Search & Rescue, with enforcement taking a secondary role.
—  Note: Continued monsoon storm conditions limit tracking/detection efforts –  Limited activity/participation by DHS  “High-Flyer” reconnaissance aircraft has been detected during the last week.   

— 0400 –  Radar tracking slow moving aircraft (50 knots – probable Ultralight) east of SR286, south of Three Points, AZ. Omaha aircraft dispatched to interdict aircraft, however search proved negative and was discontinued.

 

08/11/13 – 0000~2400hrs – 13 Groups, 23 Bodies – 1 Search & Rescue, 2 “911” call – IAs in distress

6 minutes of condensed audio  (click on link below)  Note change to MP3 audio format

http://www.secureborderintel.org/BorderBlotter/BorderAudio081113.mp3

Groups of:  3,3,2,2,1,2,3P,3,”Search & Rescue,1,1,1,”911 call”,3, “911 call”

(P= “46” Drug Packers, A= Armed individuals, U= UltraLight, LV= Load Vehicle, B=Bailout, FTY=Failure to Yield)

Significant Events in Audio:

— There were MANY groups being worked during this 24 hour period where the size of the group could not be determined.
— Note: excessive temperatures in the desert continue to result in multiple 911 distress calls from Illegal aliens  suffering from dehydration. The Border Patrol stated priority mission in the summer time is Search & Rescue, with enforcement taking a secondary role.
—  Note: Continued monsoon storm conditions limit tracking/detection efforts –  Limited activity/participation by DHS  “High-Flyer” reconnaissance aircraft has been detected during the last week.   

— 0800 – Citizen’s report of 3 IAs in her shed on her property.  K-9 agent dispatched – 3 in IAs in custody
— 1700 – “911” call, 41 miles north of the border on the Tohono O’odham reservation. “Pedero” is out of water and out of food.. needs help.  Disposition unknown
— 2100 – “911” call – IAs in distress – location & disposition unknown

 

08/12/13 – 0000~2400hrs – 23 Groups, 143 Bodies – “Samaritan” water cache spotted, 2 “quitters” , group of 20+

8 minutes of condensed audio  (click on link below)  Note change to MP3 audio format

http://www.secureborderintel.org/BorderBlotter/BorderAudio081213.mp3

Groups of:  2,2,7,4,1,12,7,17,5,2,1,1,3,1,3,8,3,9P,9,1,20+.13

(P= “46” Drug Packers, A= Armed individuals, U= UltraLight, LV= Load Vehicle, B=Bailout, FTY=Failure to Yield)

Significant Events in Audio:

— There were MANY groups being worked during this 24 hour period where the size of the group could not be determined.
— Note: excessive temperatures in the desert continue to result in multiple 911 distress calls from Illegal aliens  suffering from dehydration. The Border Patrol stated priority mission in the summer time is Search & Rescue, with enforcement taking a secondary role.
—  Note: Continued monsoon storm conditions limit tracking/detection efforts –  Limited activity/participation by DHS  “High-Flyer” reconnaissance aircraft has been detected during the last week.   

— 0900 – Omaha aircraft spots a “Samaritan” water cache left on a smuggling trail
— 1200 – BP agents take 2 “quitters” into custody
— 2300 – Omaha aircraft reports working a group of 20 IAs – 20 mile north of the Border, NW of the village of Sells on the Tohono O’odham reservation.

 

08/13/13 – 0000~2400hrs – 15 Groups, 92 Bodies – Multiple “Bailouts”, Citizen’s report of 18 IAs near I-19 Rest Area

7 minutes of condensed audio  (click on link below)  Note change to MP3 audio format

http://www.secureborderintel.org/BorderBlotter/BorderAudio081313.mp3

Groups of:  1,1,13,5,14,4,3B,5,18,5,18,10,1,3,2,1,10P

(P= “46” Drug Packers, A= Armed individuals, U= UltraLight, LV= Load Vehicle, B=Bailout, FTY=Failure to Yield)

Significant Events in Audio:

— There were MANY groups being worked during this 24 hour period where the size of the group could not be determined.
— Note: excessive temperatures in the desert continue to result in multiple 911 distress calls from Illegal aliens  suffering from dehydration. The Border Patrol stated priority mission in the summer time is Search & Rescue, with enforcement taking a secondary role.
—  Note: Continued monsoon storm conditions limit tracking/detection efforts –  Limited activity/participation by DHS  “High-Flyer” reconnaissance aircraft has been detected during the last week. 

— 0700 – “46” dope load vehicle”Bailout” – Interstate 19, east frontage road,  KP 27.5, north of Nogales, AZ
— 1200 – Citizen’s report of a group of 18 IAs near Tubac, AZ/ San Pedro river