Border Patrol arrests three from Quebec
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Federal prosecutors said two men from Montreal and another from the Dominican Republic are being held on charges after one of the men allegedly helped the other two cross into the country without permission from Quebec in the area of Derby. Prosecutors said Jonas Paul-Emile, 26, of Montreal entered the United States alone in New York on Oct. 28. The next day Border Patrol agents saw Paul-Emile drive to an area close to the border and stop briefly before leaving the area and getting onto Interstate 91 and driving south. The car was stopped, and agents found Emmanuel Badio Jr., 41, also of Montreal, in the car, along with Juan Rodriguez-Castro, 30, of the Dominican Republic. The two did not have permission to be in the country.