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‘Human trafficker’ smuggled HUNDREDS of migrants across US border for $15,000 each over six months


Female ‘human trafficker’ smuggled HUNDREDS of migrants across US border for $15,000 each over six months: Cops arrest Arizona woman, 24, after tipoff that she was holding multiple people for ransom

  •  24-year-old Tania Estudillo Hernandez is accused of smuggling hundreds of migrants into the U.S. over the course of at least six months
  • Estudillo Hernandez is believed to have charged the migrants up to $15,000 U.S. dollars each to get them into the country
  • Police executed a search warrant after a call came in reporting that people were being held for ransom inside an Arizona home 
  • While surveilling the house, officers observed the woman leaving with a person, later identified as a Guatemalan national
  • The woman was arrested and is currently being held at the Maricopa County Jail 

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