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March 1, 1989 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
U.S. immigration officials continued their crackdown on transcontinental alien-smuggling schemes that use a "red-eye" flight that departs daily from Los Angeles International Airport, arresting 69 illegal immigrants Monday night as they tried to board a New York-bound jetliner. Among those apprehended, officials said Tuesday, was a 42-year-old suspected smuggler, who authorities say may lead them to others involved in the sophisticated smuggling operations.
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March 1, 1989 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
U.S. immigration officials continued their crackdown on transcontinental alien-smuggling schemes that use a "red-eye" flight that departs daily from Los Angeles International Airport, arresting 69 illegal immigrants Monday night as they tried to board a New York-bound jetliner. Among those apprehended, officials said Tuesday, was a 42-year-old suspected smuggler, who authorities say may lead them to others involved in the sophisticated smuggling operations.
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March 5, 1989
Two suspected smugglers were arrested at Los Angeles International Airport as part of a continuing crackdown on the transporting of illegal aliens aboard commercial airliners, an Immigration and Naturalization Service spokesman said Saturday. Also arrested late Friday and early Saturday at three domestic airline terminals were 35 immigrants, who were about to board 12 separate flights bound for New York, Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.
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March 1, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Immigration agents today took into custody 27 more suspected illegal aliens on a two-airline trip from Los Angeles to New York, bringing to 175 the number seized in a three-day crackdown on alien smuggling rings. Immigration and Naturalization Service officials in Atlanta, whose jurisdiction includes Charlotte, said the 27 were on a Piedmont Airlines flight from Phoenix that was to continue on the New York.
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