Why they hell was he released to the flying j???????? Really?
Truck carrying shed to Corfu also carrying alleged illegal immigrants
Submitted by Howard Owens on June 7, 2012 - 7:32pm
A Corfu police officer stopped a truck late this afternoon for having an obstructed license plate and found two alleged illegal immigrants inside.
The truck was impounded pending proof of ownership and the U.S. Border Patrol took the two suspected illegal immigrants into custody.
Officer Gene Nati said the truck's plate looked like it had been intentionally obstructed with black tar or a similar substance.
When Nati approached the truck immediately after he stopped it at 4:50 p.m., he found three male occupants. Two couldn't speak English and had foreign documents he didn't recognize, so he requested the Border Patrol to the scene for assistance.
The truck was hauling a storage shed purchased from a Batavia business by a Corfu resident, but the delivery originated with a company in North Carolina, Nati said.
"That company (from North Carolina) employed the illegal immigrants," Nati said.
The third man was in the country on a visa. He was taken to the Flying J and released.
The shed was also impounded and Nati said once the local company and the local resident who made the purchase produce proper documentation for the purchase, he will release the shed.
probably a pick up point since it's the closest spot to the thruway.
So the shed was also in the country illegally? I'm so confused....
I am confused as to why a Batavia business would hire a North Carolina business to move a storage shed the whopping 8 miles from Batavia to Corfu. If the North Carolina business was the lowest bidder something is really out of whack.
Must be a phantom neg voter about
should (shed?) have stashed all 3 of them in the shed