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Judge sends Canadian man to US prison for smuggling people through rail tunnel in Detroit

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Judge sends Canadian man to US prison for smuggling people through rail tunnel in Detroit

Judge sends Canadian man to US prison for smuggling people through rail tunnel in Detroit

A Canadian cab driver who made extra money by steering desperate immigrants to a railroad tunnel under the Detroit River was sentenced Monday to 16 months in a U.S. prison.

Juan Garcia-Jimenez, a 53-year-old Canadian citizen who is a native of Guatemala, wept in federal court.

Besides a prison sentence, he was fined $8,680β€” the amount paid by six people who were caught last year when they emerged on foot on the Detroit side of the tunnel.

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