Mexican police arrests 107 migrants from border town Reynosa


The government of the state of Tamaulipas, northeast of Mexico, has arrested 107 central american migrants seeking to enter the United States from the border town of Reynosa.

The government of the state, “Tamaulipas” – in a statement – that unidentified gunmen began to shoot at the police forces, pointing to the killing of one of the attackers in the exchange of fire between the two sides.

Police seized firearms but did not give details on whether or not any of the gunmen had been arrested, the statement said.

After receiving information, the state police intercepted a group of migrants who were transported from trucks in the western part of the city, which is across the border from the city of “McAllen” in the state of “Texas” America.

In turn, the National Institute for Migration in Mexico said the detainees included (51 from Guatemala, 47 from Honduras and 9 from El Salvador).