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Illegal immigrants in Texas bail from vehicle during traffic stop, video shows


Dashcam footage shows the moment five illegal immigrants bailed out of a vehicle and fled onto rancher property during a traffic stop in southern Texas. 

The Texas Department of Public Safety said that on Friday, a DPS trooper stopped a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on Farm to Market Road 133 in La Salle County. 

Before the stop, the vehicle’s driver pulled over and came to a rest near a ranch fence, DPS said. 

Video shows five individuals bailing out of the vehicle and fleeing into the brush. 

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On Nov. 18, 2022, Texas DPS stopped a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on FM 133 in La Salle County. Five illegal immigrants bailed out of the vehicle and fled onto rancher property.

On Nov. 18, 2022, Texas DPS stopped a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on FM 133 in La Salle County. Five illegal immigrants bailed out of the vehicle and fled onto rancher property.
(Texas Department of Public Safety)

Angelina Charles, 20, was arrested and charged with smuggling of persons after Texas DPS pulled over a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on FM 133 in La Salle County.

Angelina Charles, 20, was arrested and charged with smuggling of persons after Texas DPS pulled over a white Toyota SUV for a traffic violation on FM 133 in La Salle County.
(Texas Department of Public Safety)

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Authorities said the driver, identified as 20-year-old Angelina Charles of Carrizo Springs, also attempted to flee the vehicle by sliding over the passenger seat. She admitted to being paid $3,200 per person to smuggle people over the U.S.-Mexico border, DPS said 

Charles was arrested and charged with smuggling of persons.

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Angelina Charles, 20, admitted to being paid $3,200 per person to smuggle people across the U.S.-Mexico border, Texas DPS said.

Angelina Charles, 20, admitted to being paid $3,200 per person to smuggle people across the U.S.-Mexico border, Texas DPS said.
(Texas Department of Public Safety)

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The five illegal immigrants who fled the vehicle were not apprehended and “absconded onto a ranch property,” DPS said. 

Charles also had an outstanding warrant out of Dimmit County for assault, DPS said. 

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