11 Undocumented Migrants, Suspected Smuggler Come Ashore in Palm Beach: Authorities

Eleven undocumented migrants are in custody after they came ashore in Palm Beach on Thursday.

Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014  |  Updated 3:44 PM EDT
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Bahamas, Coast Guard Continue Haitian Migrant Search After Survivor Found

Eleven undocumented migrants are in custody after they came ashore in Palm Beach on Thursday.

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Bahamas, Coast Guard Continue Haitian Migrant Search After Survivor Found

Authorities continue searching for Haitian migrant survivors after a man was found Wednesday. A crew from a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter spotted the survivor about 10 miles from where the capsized boat was originally found.

Bahamas, Coast Guard Continue Haitian Migrant Search After Survivor Found

Authorities continue searching for Haitian migrant survivors after a man was found Wednesday. A crew from a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter spotted the survivor about 10 miles from where the capsized boat was originally found.
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Eleven undocumented migrants and a suspected Bahamian smuggler were in custody Tuesday after they came ashore in Palm Beach, according to the United States Border Patrol.

Palm Beach Police say they received a report at 7:05 a.m. of a small boat landing ashore at the 400 block of North County Road.

Agents arrested a Bahamian male who is suspected of smuggling the migrants from the Bahamas. The migrants are from China, the Dominican Republic and Haiti, U.S. Border Patrol said.

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