TOLLESON, AZ - Another drop house with deplorable living conditions inside has been found in suburban Phoenix.
Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves tells The Associated Press that 28 people were found inside the house Friday in Tolleson. Twenty-seven men and one woman were found.
Authorities were led to the house after a smuggler contacted family members demanding money and the family then called Tolleson police.
Graves says authorities identified one of the men as a human smuggler.
Inside the house, the windows were boarded up to keep people from escaping.
Did You Hear?
As the holidays keep creeping forward and the temperatures drop, it's important to keep your loveable pets warm as well.
Sgt. Jason Cullum of the Evansville Police Department in Indiana was going about his day in his cruiser when he spied an object in the middle of the road.
Nelson Mandela said a lot of great things. But after his death, he's being widely credited on social media with a phrase he didn't utter.
More Tolleson News
A candle light vigil was held Friday night for two Department of Corrections officers who were killed in a motorcycle crash earlier this week.