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Department Homeland Security 
U.S. Customs and Border Protection 
Office Border Patrol 

Mexican Government Incidents 
2005 
FISCAL YEAR REPORT 
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 

Purpose: The purpose this document provide intelligence overview concerning Mexican Government incursions, encounters and sightings the 
U.S. and Mexico borders. 
Sources Used: Information contained this report derived from Border Patrol reports Mexican Military and Police activity the US/Mexico border. 
Time Period: This document provides the most recent, corrected and amended information/intelligence available. 
NOTE: This report based upon information obtained from various open sources. classified information was used the preparation this report. 
WARNING 
THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED: 
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO)
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MEXICAN GOVERNMENT INCIDENTS, 2005: Mexican Government Incursions, Encounters and Sightings the Southwestern Border (SWB). 
TABLE CONTENTS 
Executive Summary 
Methodology 
Section One INCURSIONS
Section Two -ENCOUNTERS 
Section Three -SIGHTINGS 
ATTACHMENTS 
"A" -Map Incursions Year and Sector 1996-Present
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Department Homeland Security 
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office Border Patrol 
Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center 
P.O. Box 6057 Paso, Texas 79906 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF: September 30, 2005 
From 1996 present, the Office Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center (BORFIC) has confirmed two hundred and twenty six confirmed incursions into the United States Mexican government personnel, and one reported incursion which currently unconfirmed. 
INCURSIONS 
::;.. September 30, 2005, the Office Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center (BORFIC) has eighteen confirmed and one unconfirmed incursions during 2005. 
 
five Mexican Military personnel. 
 
Thirteen Mexican law enforcement personnel. 
 
One Mexican Fire department personnel. 
Locations: 

San Diego Sector: three Centro Sector: three 
Yuma Sector: four 
Tucson Sector: three Paso Sector: four 
Laredo Sector: one 
Rio Grande Valley Sector: one
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ENCOUNTERS September 30, 2005, the Office Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center (BORFIC) has confirmed six encounters during 2005. 
Location: 
Rio Grande Valley Sector: one 
Tucson Sector: two 
San Diego Sector: one Centro Sector: one Paso Sector: one 

SIGHTINGS September 30, 2005, the Office Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center (BORFIC) has confirmed thirteen sightings during 2005. 
Locations: Centro Sector: one 
Yuma Sector: one 
Tucson Sector: two 
Rio Grande Valley Sector: eight Paso Sector: one
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following methodology used classifying each incident. 
INCURSION 

INCURSIONS -An Incursion defined the unauthorized crossing the U.S. -Mexico border Mexican Government Personnel. may either intentional unintentional. 
-Armed Incursion: Mexican Government Personnel are carrying weapons. 
Unarmed Incursion: Mexican Government Personnel are not carrying weapons. 
Undetermined: Unable determine Mexican Government personnel are carrying weapons. 
ENCOUNTER 
ENCOUNTERS -An Encounter any activity Mexican Government Personnel the Mexican side the U.S.-Mexico Border that results interaction between the parties involved. 
Mexican Government Personnel establish communications with LEA's U.S. Military personnel their respective sides the Border. 
SIGHTING 
SIGHTINGS Sighting the discovery significant Mexican Government activity the Mexican side the U.S.-Mexico border, which not encounter and may LEA interest.
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complied and stopped their pursuit. CBP officers secured the weapons 
the Mexican police officers without incident. The Tahoe and the driver, were secured CBP officers; The driver, 
was given immediate pat down and escorted CBP secondary. four Mexican officers were escorted CBP secondary where queries were performed through TECS, NCIC and IDENT. All queries were negative. Queries the two Mexican police units and the 
four weapons were negative and hands-on inspection for the two police units CBP officers was negative. 
arrived 0045 and after interviewing all personnel 
contacted assistant U.S. Attorney Bill Hagan approxim declined prosecution the Mexican officers. The Mexican Officers, with vehicles and weapons, were allowed return Mexico 	MEXICAN MILITARY INCURSION (ARMED INTENTIONAL) SAN DIEGO CAMPO STATION On 12, 2005, the caretaker the "Gun armed individual near the Border Fence. From concealed high point position, responding agent observed the armed subject crossing the border fence and north short distance. The individual was then observed returning Mexico. The Mexican Laison Unit was notified and later reported that the armed individual who was observed making brief incursion was member the Mexican military. MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION {ARMED UNINTENTIONAL} PASO YSLETA STATION January 20, 2005, Border Patrol Agent-assigned the Ysleta, Texas Station observed Mexico Police helicopter fly approximately yards into the United States from Mexico. The helicopter then turned around and flew back Mexico and landed the Mexican side. Several subjects exited the helicopter and were seen stopping eastbound vehicle. The individuals appeared pointing what appeared handguns the driver and passengers the vehicle they were being searched. After few minutes the vehicle was released and the helicopter was seen heading southeast into Mexico. The agent was not able see any markings the helicopter nor was able see the individuals the helicopter were wearing uniforms. The Paso Sector Mexican Liaison Unit contacted the Mexican State Police who advised that was their helicopter working the area. The comandante for the Mexican Police stated that the pilot was new and did not know the area. MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION (ARMED/ INTENTIONAL} SAN DIEGO IMPERIAL BEACH STATION January 26, 2005, Border Patrol Agents assigned the Imperial Beach, California Station observed two uniformed Tijuana, B.C., Mexico Police Officers enter the illegally. Agents observed the two officers chase two subjects into the Tijuana River levee east San Ysidro, CA. Agents warned the officers not enter the
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US, but the officers did not comply. Before arresting the two subjects, the officers threw rocks group people the river. not known this group people were related the subjects the officers were chasing. The officers then arrested the two subjects they were chasing and returned them Mexico. agent spoke one the officers the border fence. The officer told the agent "the newly elected Tijuana Mayor has ordered police make similar raids the area every night". The San Diego Sector Mexican Liaison unit investigating. 	
MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION (ARMED UNINTENTIONAL) CENTRO CALEXICO STATION -On March 2005, Border Patrol Agents assigned the Calexico, California Station encountered three Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico Police Officers twenty-seven miles east Calexico, California. The Mexicali Police Officers were few feet north the international boundary when Border Patrol Agents encountered them. The officers were driving two marked police pickups with government license plates. The agent informed them the incursion and advised them that Mexicali was southwest their location. The officers stated that they were lost. The officers returned Mexico without further incident. 	
MEXICAN MILITARY INCURSION (ARMED UNINTENTIONAL) 
UNCONFIRMED TUCSON TUCSON STATION BORFIC NOTE: This incursion has not been verified either Border Patrol Agents other U.S. LEA's. Although unconfirmed, the incident has historical value the case another similar report the future. The fact that the helicopter had reportedly entered some five ten miles into territory also factor note, although the Air and Marine Operations Center Riverside reported that they had indications any landings air activity that area that time. The report the investigating agent included below. 

b)(6) 

l!il went out take look. 
When got outside, the sound the helicopter sounded more like chugging sound. observed Tucson Fuel truck pulling into the Ranch supply fuel the ranch. also observed black very dark helicopter swoop over the truck and land behind one the ranch buildings. observed five males come from the helicopter and walk towards the fuel truck. The five men were all dressed black, and wore masks and body armor. They had the word "Mexico" their sleeves and the back their shirts was some lettering starting with the letter "A". Three the men had automatic rifles and the other two were armed with
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b)(6) 	pistols. over investigate. asked the five men Spanish spoke English and they indicated they did not. 
b)(6) 	Spanish,osked the men they were Mexican Police and they said they were. told them that they were the United States. The men said something about the property someone and 
b)(6) 	kept walking towards the truck. stopped the men and told them back Mexico. minutes, the men got back into the helicopter and left. unable observe any
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markings the helicopter. 

b)(6) 	that tried his mobile phone but 
b)(6) was unable get good signal. EMT with the Arivaca Fire Departmen 
(b)(6) the driver the fuel truck was interviewed. stated that 

b)(6) 	was 04/22/05 deliver fuel. pulled park his truck, observed dark green helicopter landing near the guesthouse. observed about five men get out. Three the men were dressed all black with full body armor and were all carrying assault rifles pointed the ground. The other two men wore green uniforms but could not get good look them. the men talk another 
b)(6) 	individual whom later identified oWhile they were talking, the Mexicans kept pointing towards him fuel truck. After while, the men got back the which took off and went due south over 
b)(6) 	the mountains. did not observe any markings the helicopter. 
b)(2) 
b)(6) MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION {ARMED INTENTIONAL)
YUMA STATION -On April 23, 2005, Yuma Sector Border Patrol two blue-uniformed ersonnel with equipmen 
States illegal! the International Border area. The personnel appeare ice officers. BORST units arrived the scene minutes later and observed two (2) people (not uniforms) the U.S. side, who returned Mexico when they saw the agents. The agents also saw two police officers the Mexican side the border and contacted the San Luis Rio Colorado Mexican Police Department dispatcher confirm that two their officers were the vicinity the entry site. The dispatcher confirmed that two their officers had been dispatched that area. was unknown the dispatcher the officers had entered the United States illegally. The Mexican Consulate
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the other adult. They are U.S. citizens and were turned over their mother. The Dodge Stratus was also released the mother. 

11.MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION (ARMED/ INTENTIONAL) PASO PASO STATION -On May 11, 2005, Border Patrol Agent assigned the Paso Station witnessed two uniformed Mexican Police officers, armed with long arms, chase one subject across the Rio Grande river. One the officers apprehended the subject about yards north the international boundary, and escorted him back Mexico. The officers were dressed black uniforms with the initials SSP the back the shirt. They were riding motorcycles marked CIPOL, and three the four cycles the Mexican side were identified C127, C141 and C134. The officers placed the subject orange and green police car and drove away. The Mexican consular office was notified. They said CIPOL the state investigative police. 
12.MEXICAN MILITARY INCURSION (ARMED INTENTIONAL) YUMA 
YUMA STATION -On June 2005, Border Patrol Air Unit ilot observed Mexican Military incursion 
Yuma, Arizona. The
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vehicle with five soldiers that entered the U.S. Pri b)(2) the incursion, 2100 hrs Due the rough terrain, (loose sand) Mexico and the third became stuck attempted return Mexico. The subjects abandoned the vehicle and returned back Mexico. 2110 hrs (EST), Mexican Humvee carrying five soldiers entered the U.S. and drove towards the abandoned vehicle. the soldiers exited their vehicle and walked towards the abandoned vehicle, the Air Unit approached and the soldiers returned Mexico. The Mexican soldiers were wearing desert-camouflaged uniforms and carrying M-16 rifles The Air Unit landed near the abandoned vehicle and conducted Vehicle Registration, Wants and Warrants checks. The checks were negative. contraband was found the vehicle. Due the rough terrain and the distance the levee area the abandoned vehicle was not seized. 
13.MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION (ARMED INTENTIONAL) TUCSON 
NACO STATION June 2005: Border Patrol Agent assigned the Naco, Arizona Station arked his agen serve helicopter with white lettering and Mexican flag near the tail land near his Border Patrol vehicle. The agent could not clearly see the tail numbers, but did obtain partial lettering, "A" "F" and "I" "T". The agent saw three persons blue uniform shirts with white lettering the back
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19. 	MEXICAN POLICE INCURSION (ARMED/ INTENTIONAL) SAN DIEGO SECTOR IMPERIAL BEACH STATION September 24, 2005, Border Patrol Agents assigned the Imperial Beach, California Station were notified that the Tijuana, Mexico Police Department had gone pursuit two fleeing suspects_ During the chase (still Mexican territory), the police officers allegedly fired five pistol rounds the fleeing suspects but the suspects were not hit. The Mexican Police apprehended the suspects about yards into the LJ_ and returned Mexico. injuries were reported. 
Chronological Listing and Map Incursions for 2005 
,p'EI Paso( '""--,_ 1!11  11/18/2004SAT  INCURSION  UNARMED  YES  EPT  11/27/2004 SAT 01/12/05 WED  INCURSION INCURSION  ARMED ARMED  YES YES  RGV soc  YES  THU-----01/20/05  INCURSION  ARMED  EPT
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY  01/26/05  WED  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  soc  03/05/05  SAT  INCURSION  ARMED  ELC  04/22/05  FRI  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  YUM  04/23/05  SAT  INCURSION  ARMED  TCA  05/05/05  THU  INCURSION  UNARMED  YES  YUM  05/10/05  TUE  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  LRT  YES  05/11/05  WED  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  EPT  06/05/05  SUN  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  YUM  06/06/05  MON  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  TCA  06/20/05  MON  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  ELC  06/29/05  WED  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  TCA  07/17/05  SUN  INCURSION  UNARMED  ELC  08/11/05  THU  INCURSION  UNARMED  YES  EPT  YES  08/17/05  WED  INCURSION  ARMED  YES  YUM  09/24/05  SAT  INCURSION  ARMED -- YES  soc
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SECTION TWO -ENCOUNTERS Encounter any activity Mexican Government Personnel the 
Mexican side the U.S. -Mexico Border that which results interaction 
between the parties involved. 	MEXICAN MILITARY ENCOUNTER-(ARMED THREATENING) RIO GRANDE VALLEY BROWNSVILLE -On February 2005, 

bundles managed abscond jumping back the river and swimming the Mexican side. one the subjects swam back, showed signs having trouble swimming. One the Agents tossed him rope while the other one called for back up. 

Mexican Military Hummer. The Mexican soldiers deployed alongside the river and within minutes advised that they had recovered bundle that had been left behind. Meanwhile, the Brownsville Fire Department deployed rescue boat look for the subject that been helped. The rescue boat was deployed about one mile upriver with two firemen and one Border Patrol Agent. the boat proceeded down river towards the scene, the Agent board advised via radio that several Mexican soldiers were pointing their rifles his direction. The Agent decided for his safety and the safety the crew turn back, but advised that the soldiers were still aiming them. the scene, Border Patrol Agents notified the soldiers that the boat crew was only rescue effort for the person who almost drowned. They acknowledged and advised they would notify the others. 
b)(2) 

command the group and was told that they had been camped the area for two days and that their mission was interdict narcotics. They were with the 181h R.C.M. (Motorized Cavalry Regiment) based Nogales, Sonora. Their unit patch rectangular and worn the left shoulder. bears the markings RCM, diagonal slash from bottom left top right, and crossed cavalry swords the top right corner. They were all wearing desert style BDU's. They said there was another element similar size camped unspecified location further west.
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY 	MEXICAN MILITARY ENCOUNTER-(ARMED THREATENING) TUCSON TUCSON March 2005, Border Patrol Agent assigned 

Station observed seven ten suspected 
long-arms south the border 
approximately Sasabe, AZ. The agent approached the area investigate and observed the soldiers cover several burlap bundles with tarp. The agent got closer the area and the soldiers began yell him and warn him, threatening manner, stay away from the area. Tucson Sector Special Response Team and the Customs Air and Marine were notified. The Tucson Sector Mexican Liaison was notified. lieutenant with the Mexican military was contacted and claimed that was not aware any soldiers being that area. 
b)(2) 	MEXICAN POLICE ENCOUNTER-(ARMED NON THREATENING) SAN DIEGO CHULA VISTA A.M., agents working the area 
b)(2) 
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secondary border fence. Agents were able apprehend both subjects. While taking the suspects into custody, two persons standing the border fence, dressed black colored tactical gear, identified 
b)(6) 
was kept informed the incident occurred. Mexican Liaison was contacted and they are conducting interviews order collect additional information. 
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agents that there was Mexican Police Officer, south east the projects, allowing smugglers get top his service vehicle and others concealed themselves the back seat they returned Mexico. also stated that the Officer was parked with his lights 
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out facing northbound, between two buildings. The Mexican Officer was driving vehicle MEXICAN POLICE ENCOUNTER-(ARMED NON THREATENING) PASO DEMING -On August 27, 2005, Border Patrol Agent assigned the Deming, New Mexico Station observed four orange pick-up trucks with "CIPOL" south side the international boundary, Columbus Port Entry. The pick-up trucks were traveling west the south side the international boundary with their lights engaged. They met with another vehicle, which made abrupt stop, and male subject exited the vehicle and attempted run away from the approaching CIPOL vehicles. The subject appeared snapping photos ran. The CIPOL officers chased the subject and apprehended and released him. The agent then met with the CIPOL officers, and they advised that they knew the subject and released him. Numerous photos were taken the CIPOL officers and the Border Patrol Agent. the subject left the area his vehicle, the agent noticed the words "PRENSA -EL HERALDO" the back window the subject's vehicle.
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FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Chronological Listing and Map Encounters for 2005 
02/04/05 FRI ENCOUNTER  YES  YES  RGV/BRO 02/22/05 TUE ENCOUNTER  YES A/SON 03/05/05 SAT ENCOUNTER  YES  YES  TCAITUS 04/18/05 MON ENCOUNTER  YES  SDC/CHU 07/05/05 TUE ENCOUNTER  YES  ELC/CAX  
08/27/05 SAT ENCOUNTER  YES  EPT/DNM  
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SECTION THREE SIGNIFICANT SIGHTINGS Sighting the discovery significant Mexican Government activity 
the Mexican side the U.S.-Mexico border, which not encounter and 
may LEA interest. 	MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-EL CENTRO CALEXICO STATION November 10, 2004, approximately 3:15 M., Border Patrol agents assi ned    

near Winterhaven, California. The agents drove closer the investigate and observed black Humvee vehicle with six seven individuals wearing Kevlar helmets the bed the truck. The the international border until reached b)(2) The Humvee then drove south and 	MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-TUCSON TUCSON SECTOR- January four were following trail south Mexico, 

b)(6) 	west They saw five individuals, carrying rifles and dresse the Mexican side, who appeared Mexican This with other sightings the Mexican 
b)(6) 	Military the 	MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING -RIO GRANDE VALLEY MERCEDES STATION January 17, 2005, ao.11 Mexican soldiers

b)(2) 	armed with long rifles the south bank, the Progreso Port Entry. One them seemed have map was pointing out some the details the map two the others. They did not seem any hurry anywhere, and was not known they were going camp out that area. After dark, they moved south, away from the river. 	MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING -RIO GRANDE VALLEY BROWNSVILLE STATION January 27, 2005, Border Patrol Agent
assigned the Harlingen, Texas Station seized 42.3 lbs. (19.2 kgs.) marijuana the bank the Rio Grande River. Shortly afterwards, Border Patrol Agent assigned the Brownsville, Texas observed two vehicles the Mexico side departing the same area high rate speed. Approximately three minutes later, Mexican military Humvee carrying four soldiers was also observed traveling the same direction the above-mentioned vehicles. Shortly thereafter, two Humvees carrying
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the US. 	
MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-TUCSON DOUGLAS STATION 0030 
military vehicles. Each contained four five armed soldiers, and were 
parked just south the line Douglas Dispatch 
made several attempts contact the Mexican authorities. contact was 
made, and the vehicles were then seen leaving the area. The Agents were 
returning their assigned area when they heard four distinct gunshots 
coming from Mexico. The unshots were fired when the Agents were 
approximately feet away ents heard the 
rounds impacting unidenti 1ed object. Agent 

able pan the area, but reported neg 
subjects vehicles. The Mexican Military and the State Judicial Police 
both reported negative findin from their atrols concernin this incident. 
Four bullet holes were found 

appeared have been 	MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-RIO GRANDE VALLEY FORT BROWN STATION On February 12, 2005, Fort Brown agents observed 
three green military style humvees equipped with what appeared .50 caliber machine downriver the Mexican side approximately the Los Tomates Port Entry Brownsville, Texas. each vehicle there were approximately eight people wearing camouflage uniforms and carrying long arms. The agent 
the agent traveled downriver keep visual the three vehicles, 
observed the group stop approximately one mile downriver from where 
they were first observed. Some the uniformed occupants began 
walking along the Mexican riverbank the immediate area. The group 
that was foot made their way back their vehicles about minutes 
later and then traveled back into the interior Mexico. about 1700 
also observed similar group 
vehicles approximately the Lost Tomates Port Entry. 
The agent also observed the presence Mexican Police the same area the same time. 
Contact was made with the Brownsville Border Patrol Station and FTB 
personnel were informed that earlier the day the BRP station contacted 
Grupo Beta with group subjects the
Mexican side believed these m1l1tary units 
were assistin
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BROWNSVILLE 21, 2005, four undocumented 
b)(2) 	Brownsville Border Patrol Station 
area operations. During the apprehension the undocumented aliens, 
Mexican Military was noticed the Mexican side. This has been the 
second time Mexican Military has been around the area when 
undocumented aliens are apprehended this general area. All four 
subjects were then transported the Brownsville Border Patrol Station for 
further processing. 	
MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-RIO GRANDE VALLEY FT. BROWN March 2005 approximately 1415 hours, agent observed three 
men standing the roof Mexican factory. Two the men appeared 	
MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-RIO GRANDE VALLEY RIO GRANDE CITY -On March 2005, approximately 1230 hours, 
agent observed six subjects wading across the Rio Grande River down-

their way onto the riverbank the Mexican side stop and question the individuals. They remained there for about minutes searching the riverbank, then all eight individuals walked into the brush and out sight. 

10.MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING -EL PASO SECTOR YSLETA STATION -On March 14, 2005, Border Patrol Agents assigned the Ysleta station called the MLU and reported that they had observed blue 

eared Mexican soldiers 
b)(2) Agents also reported that 
one point the vehicles 
stopped and the occupants the van crossed the river north into the 
and began take pictures. Agents said that the subjects presented 
themselves reporters from another country, possibly England. The 
MLU immediately contacted the Mexican Commanding General who 
dispatched officers. The general later told the MLU that soldiers were not 

and allowed 
leave.
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11. MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING-RIO GRANDE VALLEY FT. BROWN 

area. appeared that the Mexican Military were questioning individuals the south side the riverbank. Minutes later, after the military checked the nearby tree line they departed, traveling down river. The patch the soldiers was not visible due distance. The number people inside the vehicles unknown but appears least wearing ballistic vests and carrying M-16s, plus there was automatic weapon mounted top the Humvee. 

12.MEXICAN MILITARY SIGHTING RIO GRANDE VALLEY BROWNSVILLE STATION June 14, 2005, 10:30AM, while 
G-3 rifles. The soldiers appeared making search the riverbank. The soldiers were driving military Humvee. There was also dark-gray Dodge Ram Truck next the Humvee. The license plates the Truck were not visible. 
13.MEXICAN 
MILITARY SIGHTING -YUMA YUMA STATION 
Agents assigned the Yuma Arizona station wer the border when they observed vehicle driv1n lights off illegally enter the U.S. The vehicle immediately initiated U-turn and attempted flee back Mexico. Agents reported hearing unknown amount shots fired from Mexico, and the sound engine revving. Agents searched the area and the vehicle ensure injuries were sustained. The agents noticed Mexican Military Humvee and Military personnel armed with rifles the Mexican side the river. The Mexican military left the area. group individuals then approached the agents and surrendered. During processing, the aliens made statements that they had been robbed, beaten and shot the Mexican soldiers. They also stated that the soldiers had kept one the two female members their group. The group stated that the soldiers ordered them cross back into the U.S. and truck would waiting for them. The Mexican Consulate and the Yuma Sector Liaison Officer were contacted and conducted interviews the individuals. Arrangements inspect the vehicle the Mexican side were attempted. The Consulate and the liaison Officer were told that the vehicle was set fire. 
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Chronological Listing and Map Sightings for 2005 	FYOS 4th Quarter 
Number Sightings 

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- 11/10/2004 WED SIGHTING ELC CAX 
--2 01/15/2005 SAT SIGHTING TCA  TUS 01/17/2005 MON SIGHTING 
RGV ------MER 01/27/2005 THU SIGHTING 
RGV BRP 01/31/2005 MON SIGHTING TCA -DGL
	3- ---- 02/12/2005 SAT SIGHTING RGV -FTB 02/21/2005TRU SIGHTING 
RGV -BRO 03/02/2005 WED SIGHTING 
RGV FTB
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Mexican Government Incursions Report Count: 226 1996 Date  
Incursions per sector since 1996 September 30, 2005  
SOC  ELC  YUM  TCA  EPT  MAR  ORT  LRT  RGV  

SECTOR FY96  soc  ELC  YUM  TCA  EPT  MAR  ORT  LRT  RGV  TOTAL  
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TOTAL  226'
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Sector Incursions September 30, 2005

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For corrections, amendments, and suggestions, notify: 
Department Homeland Security 
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office Border Patrol Field Intelligence Center 
P.O. Box 6057 
Distribution: 
Commissioner, Customs and Border Protection CPA,OBP DCPA,OBP CofS OBP 
CPA's, all Border Patrol Sectors OBP Sector Intelligence Units BORTAC
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