More than 100 alleged immigrants arrested at Naples warehouse

Police: Charges connected to identity theft cases in 25 other states

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NAPLES, Fla. - More than 100 workers have been detained by the state's insurance fraud agency for allegedly working at a local vegetable packing plant using false identities.

Immigration activists say Collier County Sheriff's deputies booked at least 103 workers into the jail by late Wednesday. Most of the workers were presumed to be in the country illegally.

A voicemail for the company known as Incredible Fresh was full Thursday morning, and a message could not be left. Its website was under construction. But owner Alfie Oakes said his company never "knowingly hired any illegals."

A local pastor told the newspaper at least one of the women detained was 5 months pregnant.

Authorities say the charges are connected to identity theft cases in 25 other states.

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