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Border Policies Fueling 'Burglary Tourism'

Odessa Police Department block of 22nd street after a standoff that resulted in the detainment of seven suspects in connection with a home burglary report in Odessa, Texas. (AP)

By    |   Tuesday, 09 July 2024 07:43 AM EDT

San Diego County is seeing it repeatedly. Last week three men, from Italy and Chile, were sentenced to four to six years for breaking into a home in Carlsbad, Calif., and stealing various items.

According to District Attorney Summer Stephan, the trio brings to almost a dozen people associated with one gang alone who have been convicted in what has been more than 100 home burglaries in her jurisdiction.

John Mills

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According to District Attorney Summer Stephan, three men associated with one gang alone have been convicted in what has been more than 100 home burglaries in her jurisdiction.
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