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Arrest of 11 illegal immigrants may lead to drop house

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PHOENIX -

Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies arrested 11 illegal immigrants after they bailed out of a car near I-17 and Anthem Way.

Esteban Ramirez, Adrian Sanchez-Lopez, Florencio Lopez, Omar Hernandez, Daniel Lopez-Basurto,  Manuel Vega-Garcia, Jose Alfonso-Gomez, Jorge Gonzalez-Duran, Pedro Basurto-Montiel, a 17-year-old and a 15-year-old were taken into custody after the group ran out of a vehicle on Wednesday afternoon.

Deputies say the arrest has led them to a possible drop house in Phoenix.

Eight of those arrested were booked into jail.

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