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Feds drop case against driver of fake UPS truck carrying 77 immigrants

Federal prosecutors have quietly dismissed the case against a man accused of smuggling 77 immigrants in the back of a fake UPS truck. In its request to drop the felony charge, the U.S. attorney’s office cited “certain factual issues,” saying “the interests of justice warrant dismissal of this case.”...
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