Two men arrested on human smuggling charges

From left to right, Eric Dominguez, of Mission, and Christian Noyola, of Alton.

Goliad County deputies have arrested two people on human smuggling charges, according to a sheriff’s office Facebook post published Friday.

After stopping a vehicle driving at night without its lights on, deputies determined the vehicle was part of a human trafficking operation, according to the post.

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Jane Doe

These two look like 12-year-old kids! I hope that the law finds their "bosses" because they look like they cannot even reach the kitchen sink much less have an all-out elaborate crime ring.

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