Mexico starts moving some migrants to new shelter

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U.S. Border Patrol helicopters flew overhead, while U.S. agents held vigil on foot beyond the wire fence in California.

Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum was speaking with Fox News when he was asked to comment on the escalating "humanitarian crisis" taking place in his city.

The department announced Friday that the man, who was identified as 30-year-old Wuilson Lazo-Ramos, was arrested near Ajo, Arizona.

Mexico's Milenio TV showed images of at least a few of the hundreds of migrants at the border tried to jump over the fence separating the two countries.

Families and children are priorities for covered areas, Figueroa said.

A self-admitted MS-13 gang member also traveling with the caravan was arrested Saturday. That prompted Border Patrol agents to launch tear gas and pepper spray balls to quell the unrest in the crowd that included small children in diapers.

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Officials with Mexico's human rights commission said the new facility opened on Thursday is bigger than the sports complex, which can handle only about 2,000 people, and will ensure migrants are not forced to sleep out in the open.

Officials say it appeared most of the rocks were thrown from the Mexico side and no one was charged on the USA side with assaulting the agents.

Six men and one woman jumped or slipped over the border barrier in Tijuana and were quickly detained by customs and border protection agents. Charges were not filed because the administration generally doesn't separate families and because Customs and Border Protection didn't collect enough evidence to build cases, including the names of arresting officers, according to a USA official familiar with the matter who was not authorized to discuss it publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

US authorities are working on a new system to better record evidence if similar circumstances arise in the future, the official said.

"Consistent with the president's direction to do all within our authority to secure U.S. borders, I am seeking your assistance and ask you to prioritize efforts to help us prevent illegal entry into the United States", Nielsen wrote.

Border Patrol agents in San Diego arrested an alien from Honduras earlier this week after he crossed into the United States illegally.