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Chicken pox infected illegal immigrants arrested
Maricopa County sheriff's deputies discovered a van filled with illegal immigrants during a routine traffic stop Tuesday afternoon. Deputies said they could pose a significant health risk.
Deputies stopped the van near Interstate 17 north of Phoenix. Eleven occupants, all from Mexico, were arrested. Deputies determined that up to four of them were ill.
One illegal immigrant was confirmed as having chicken pox and three others are suspected of being infected. All occupants have been exposed and may be carriers of the highly infectious airborne disease.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio said, "This is a risk to our community and to my deputies. Deputies never know what they may face in the course of enforcing human smuggling laws."
Arpaio said that in the last two months, four inmates, all illegal immigrants from Mexico, were confirmed with having chicken pox, placing 160 inmates into immediate medical quarantine.
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