The final suspects taken into custody in Tuesday's illegal immigration raid have heard the charges against them.
14 suspects arrived at the Randall County Jail after they received criminal charges in Amarillo's federal court. Inside the courtroom, a federal judge read the suspects their rights and the criminal charges they face.
Ten suspects were charged with knowingly possessing and using someone else's identification other than a social security number.
While four detainees were charged with knowingly possessing and using someone else's social security number as their own.
After the suspects heard the charges against them, they were loaded up in a van and taken to the jail where they will be kept until their hearings next week.
At this time, there is no bond set for any of the 53 detainees.
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