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Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents detain suspected child predator

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Border Patrol agents detained a man wanted on child pornography charges at a checkpoint on Thursday near Three Points. 

The Tucson Police Department asked Tucson Sector agents for assistance in locating a suspected child predator, according to border patrol officials.

Agents working at the State Route 286 checkpoint encountered and detained the man, who was later turned over to the TPD.

To anonymously report suspicious activity to the border patrol, call (877) 872-7435, toll free.

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