(Tucson, Arizona) Last week, a 9th-grade student arrived at Catalina High Magnet School allegedly under the influence. According to Chyrl Hill Lander, Tucson Unified School District spokeswoman, a search found marijuana in his possession. The police were notified and the student's parents were called to come to the school.
When the officer asked to see the drivers' licenses of the boy's parents, they said they had been living illegally in the United States for six years and that their 17-year-old son and his brother, a 12-year-old sixth-grader at Doolen Middle School, were also here illegally, said Roberto Villasenor, assistant Tucson police chief.
The officer called the Border Patrol, which sent agents to the school, said Richard DeWitt, Tucson Sector spokesman. They took the boy and his parents into custody and escorted the family from the school, Lander said.
From there, they went to Doolen Middle School, where the couple's other son was waiting in the principal's office when the officer and agents arrived, she said.
The mother and two boys were processed and dropped off at the border by the Border Patrol to return to Mexico in a procedure called voluntary return. The father was held for a formal removal -- formerly known as a deportation -- because he had been apprehended various times by the agency, DeWitt said. Their names were not released.
Needless to mention, this case has the illegals all puckered in Tucson.