Collection: Immigration-related police reports

Nogales report: Hernandez

Nogales report: Hernandez

Monica Hernandez was stopped last August because the red lights on the back of her pickup weren't illuminated. She was cited for driving without a license and referred to Border Patrol.

Cochise County report: Quiroz-Quijada

Cochise County report: Quiroz-Quijada

Marco Quiroz-Quijada was referred to Border Patrol after his dog got loose.

Tucson police Oct. 8 incident report

Tucson police Oct. 8 incident report

On Oct. 8, more than 100 activists encircled a Border Patrol vehicle holding a driver and passenger Tucson police had stopped because of an improperly lighted license plate.

South Tucson report: Valenzuela

South Tucson report: Valenzuela

The ACLU argues Alejandro Valenzuela was detained for no other reason than to check his immigration status and to transport him to federal authorities.

Tucson report: Garcia

Tucson report: Garcia

Tucson police stopped Alberto Garcia because a records check showed a mandatory insurance suspension on the vehicle he was driving.

Cochise report: Loya

Cochise report: Loya

Cristina Loya was stopped for speeding in Douglas and was referred to Border Patrol after she couldn't provide a driver's license and valid visa.

Oro Valley report: Felix

Oro Valley report: Felix

Martin Diaz Felix was walking along North Oracle Road when an officer stopped him for walking in the same direction as traffic.

Cochise report: Longhorn Tavern

Cochise report: Longhorn Tavern

In 2010, a Cochise County deputy stopped a man walking in front of Longhorn Tavern because he suspected he was in the country illegally.

Cochise report: produce wagon

Cochise report: produce wagon

In 2010, a Cochise County deputy approached a man seated on a bench he thought was illegally in the country.

Sahuarita report: air freshener example

Sahuarita report: air freshener example

A man was referred to Border Patrol after an officer saw that the air fresheners hung low and obstructed the windshield.

Douglas report: Herrera

Douglas report: Herrera

In 2012, a Douglas police officer approached Efrain Calvo Herrera while he sat on a bench outside Oasis Bar, near a food pantry.