Anjisan Gonzalez, 2, the only child of the 29 Cuban refugees who swam ashore early Monday morning near Port Royal, embraces a teddy bear given to him by Naples Police Officer Bill Gonsalves. The Cuban refugees were being held in Naples until Immigration and Naturalization Services could transport them to Pembroke Pines Homeland Security Substation near Miami.

Photo by Garrett Hubbard, Daily News

Anjisan Gonzalez, 2, the only child of the 29 Cuban refugees who swam ashore early Monday morning near Port Royal, embraces a teddy bear given to him by Naples Police Officer Bill Gonsalves. The Cuban refugees were being held in Naples until Immigration and Naturalization Services could transport them to Pembroke Pines Homeland Security Substation near Miami.

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