A truck driver who is only being identified by his first name of Michael helped police rescue 15 little girls who were being trafficked in New Mexico. Michael was instrumental in helping police catch the drug cartel kidnappers and has been given the TCA Highway Angel award from the Truckload Carriers Association for his actions.
Michael was stopped at a rest stop off I-10 in New Mexico when another vehicle pulled into the parking lot. The man and woman in the vehicle lifted a tarp and unlocked the padlock on the cage in the back of their pickup truck.
The couple took several little girls – no more than three or four years old – out of the cage and hustled them into the bathroom. When they brought the girls back out, they stuffed them back in the cage.
Michael got their license plate number and called police. They noticed him taking a picture of their license number and fled. Michael chased them as far as he could, and then the police eventually captured the traffickers. There were 15 little girls locked in the cage in the back of the truck when it was pulled over.
The cops told Michael “this happens all the time” now that Joe Biden has the southern border wide open. Watch as Michael describes the event in this video, and shares a clip of the kidnappers’ vehicle after police pulled them over…