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Xavier may be alone in spirit, but he has plenty of physical company among the growing legions of migrant Mexicans who travel thousands of kilometers to this border city in hope of becoming illegal workers in the US — where many instead wind up destitute and drug-addicted.
US Drug Enforcement Administration officials might justifiably wonder whether Teran Uribe is speaking out of indignation or pride. The mayor denies any involvement in the drug trade. The Border Patrol apprehends an average of 1, illegals a day in this area. Gaunt, grimy and gap-toothed, they gather in the corners of rubbled, vacant lots and within the concrete skeletons of the dozens of cheap hotels under construction. Xavier, 22, left his mother, his wife and his 3-year-old son behind in a Mexico City slum when he took a one-way bus ride to Agua Prieta in September.
His plan was to somehow get into the US, make his way to Phoenix, get a job, send most of the money he earned back home, then return to his family after a year, maybe two. His plan was flawed, though, and his luck was bad.
So he kept trying to cross the desert himself, and he kept getting caught. The first time, Border Patrol agents found him cowering in a ditch, alone, a few feet inside the US. Two nights later, he took a more roundabout route with a group he met. The courage and energy wore off after an hour or two, leaving him listless, with hours to go before sunset.
So he bought more crack and saved it to smoke along the way, so he was high as the moon when the Border Patrol pulled him out of the scrub brush and sent him back to Mexico a third time. Xavier smokes as much crack as he can, now, supporting his habit by guiding newly-arrived migrants to crack dens in downtown Agua Prieta.