What started off as a drug charge for one Laredo juvenile has grown into something bigger. Deputies along with county officials were caught by surprise when they knocked on the door to this house located on Willow Street in south Laredo. The suspect was no where to be found at that house but officials did find undocumented immigrants. Authorities then were tipped-off about another house the suspect could have been hiding in. There, deputies and investigators found their suspect along with more illegal immigrants. "Juveniles are being used more and more in order to transport undocumented aliens and narcotics with the idea of thinking nothing will be done to them. So that's what our office here is for to proceed against the juvenile's that are being used to transport these narcotics and undocumented aliens." The teen was originally wanted for transporting over 126.5 kilograms of marijuana. The Webb County Attorney's office said they are waiting for border patrols report to formally charge him for the human smuggling. "He's facing originally the possession of marijuana charge. The amount makes it a felony in the second degree, but there is also in the state penal code, two offenses. One of smuggling aliens the other is transporting." County attorney officials said the juvenile system is geared toward rehabilitation instead of punishment and it depends on how many previous offenses this juvenile has as to what will happen to him. This juvenile is now being detained at the Youth Village, which is about 13 miles out on highway 359.