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(CNN)Authorities discovered an apparent stowaway Saturday in the landing gear of a flight from Guatemala at the Miami International Airport, local and federal officials said.

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the airport apprehended a 26-year-old man who "attempted to evade detection in the landing gear compartment of an aircraft," a CBP statement said.
The flight was American Airlines #1182 from Guatemala City, according to Greg Chin, Communications Director for the Miami-Dade Aviation Department.American Airlines said in a statement the flight was met by law enforcement "due to a security issue," after landing at 10:06 a.m.CBP said in a statement a 26-year-old man was apprehended The airline said it was working with authorities on the investigation.Read MoreMiami-Dade Fire Rescue confirmed to CNN they transported the man to a local hospital for medical assessment.In a video posted on Instagram by the account @onlyindade, a person is seen dazed, standing in the shadow of an airplane wing with airport personnel in reflective vests, before he appears to slightly lose his balance and sits on the ground.In another video posted by the same account, law enforcement and emergency medical services are seen around the man as he is given water and other aid."Persons are taking extreme risks when they try to conceal themselves in confined spaces such as an aircraft," the CBP statement said. "This incident remains under investigation."

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No bond for man charged in Houston-area deputys death

HOUSTON (AP) — A 51-year-old man accused of fatally shooting a Houston-area deputy during a traffic stop this past weekend was being held without bond Thursday after being returned to the U.S. following his arrest in Mexico.

Oscar Rosales made his initial court appearance in Houston Wednesday evening after he was flown back to the city from Del Rio, Texas. A magistrate judge ordered he be held without bond.

Rosales was captured in Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, located across the U.S.-Mexico border from Del Rio, on Wednesday morning, according to authorities. Mexican law enforcement took him into custody before turning him over to U.S. authorities. Rosales was identified in court records as a citizen of Guatemala.

Prosecutors have filed a charge of capital murder against Rosales for the death of Harris County Precinct 5 Cpl. Charles Galloway.

Rosales spoke briefly during his appearance in probable cause court Wednesday evening, commenting on the various officers that surrounded him.

“Right here all the officers and the security guy, that’s fine. They want to try (to) kill me right here, they can do it, whatever. I don’t care. Everybody right here in this room is waiting for his chance to hurt me,” Rosales said.

Authorities were scheduled to discuss the case during a news conference Thursday afternoon.

Galloway, 47, was shot and killed around 12:45 a.m. on Sunday after pulling over a Toyota Avalon.

Authorities allege Rosales got out of his vehicle, fired multiple shots at Galloway with some type of assault rifle and then got back in his car and drove away. Galloway was still seated in his patrol car and attempting to notify dispatch of the traffic stop when Rosales allegedly fired his weapon at the vehicle’s windshield, according to court records.

The shooting was captured on Galloway’s body camera and by dashcam video, according to court records.

Authorities said Rosales’ common law wife, Reina Marquez, 40, and her brother, Henri Marquez, 42, have each been charged with tampering with evidence in connection with the case.

Both are accused of cleaning Rosales’ car in an attempt to cover up his involvement in Galloway’s shooting death, according to court records.

Eddie Cortes, Reina Marquez’s court-appointed attorney, declined to comment to The Associated Press. Court records don’t list an attorney for Henri Marquez.

Galloway had been with the constable’s office for about 12 and a half years. He is survived by a daughter and a sister.


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