Montrose, who is five months pregnant, crossed the Rio Grande river from Ciudad Acuna, Mexico with her husband, Josue Macon, into the small central Texas border town of Del Rio on March 16.
Again her husband, Josue Macon, was not among them.
Inside a border patrol station, the couple was separated and Josue was sent to a men’s outdoor holding area, Nehemie said.
A SEPARATIONAfter U.S. border patrol separated Nehemie and her husband in custody, Nehemie fell asleep for a few hours.
The Del Rio center has no overnight capacity, so a pastor paid for her to say in a motel for a few nights.
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