Wave after wave – night after night and day after day.
It’s a familiar sight for some ranchers along the Mexico-Arizona border: heavily armed drug and human smugglers.
They cross into the state, traveling on foot for miles and carrying their load on their backs – the drugs inside could be worth millions.
The smugglers will do whatever it takes to get it to its destination.
That’s why rancher Jim Chilton wants a border wall completed along the country’s southern boundary with Mexico.
“The Sinaloa cartel has cartel scouts on our mountains and they essentially control the area,” he said.