Arizona break-in leads to arrest of 14 immigrants

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Victor Verdugo-Chaparro (L), Marcos Enrique Bobadilla Torres (M), Miguel Angel Perrez Bernal (R) By Andrew Michalscheck Victor Verdugo-Chaparro (L), Marcos Enrique Bobadilla Torres (M), Miguel Angel Perrez Bernal (R) By Andrew Michalscheck

WILCOX, Ariz. (AP) -- Cochise County sheriff's deputies say 14 men believed to be in the country illegally were arrested after three of them were suspected of breaking into a home.

Deputies were called to a home in a farming community south of Wilcox early Friday after the homeowner had reported a break-in.

The homeowner told deputies noises woke him up and he found a man standing in front of his refrigerator with the door open. The man fled along with another man who was outside.

Border Patrol agents searched the area and found 14 men hiding on a hill near the home.

After interviewing them, deputies learned three of them went to the home to get food and water.

Those three men have been identified as 32-year-old Marcos Enrique Bobadilla Torres, 31-year-old Victor Verdugo-Chaparro, and 26-year-old Miguel Angel Perrez Bernal.

The three are now facing burglary charges. The remaining 11 have been turned over to immigration authorities.