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Border Town Resident’s Startling Discovery

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A Vermont resident in the Swanton Sector expressed concerns about the surge in illegal crossings at the northern border, citing encounters with migrants on her property and security cameras.

The resident, Kristy Brow, fears for her safety and discussed finding abandoned belongings, prompting worries about unknown individuals in the area.

“It’s scary to know that you don’t know what’s lurking around in your woods,” Brow said.

“We never know what we’re going to find out back in our field. We found… clothes, as you see in the video. Water thermoses. You never know what you’re going to find out there. My son has been out there, and, of course, Border Patrol was following footprints… You don’t feel too safe.”

Border Patrol data shows a significant increase in apprehensions, with over 3,100 individuals from 55 countries apprehended since October 1, 2023.

“Since Oct. 1, 2023, Swanton Sector Border Patrol Agents have apprehended more than 3,100 people from 55 countries,” U.S. Border Patrol Swanton Sector Chief Patrol Agent Robert Garcia wrote.

Brow highlighted the unsettling nature of these encounters and emphasizes the need for self-protection measures.

“It’s definitely increasing, the amount of people coming over,” Brow said. “We don’t see it daily, but at least, every other week… you see some kind of sign that someone was out there. We did have video footage on our trail cam of three people coming across. The guy in the front… saw our flash go off, so he motioned to the other guys to stay still. Once, I guess he felt it was safe, then he motioned for them to continue, so they just continued on their way.”

“Our neighbors, they’ve actually seen people on our property as well going to our field, so, yeah, it’s just kind of unsettling,” she said. “You don’t know what anyone’s intentions are.”

“They don’t tell us to protect yourself,” she said. “We protect ourselves anyway. We’re hunting family here… We have a lot of protection here.. and that’s all you really gotta do is… stay protected and lock everything up.”

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