Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Border Patrol Agents Catch Previously Deported Child Sex Offenders Sneaking Back In

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Two previously deported child rapists were captured after re-entering the United States by Border Patrol agents operating in southern New Mexico. Another man was busted for human smuggling.
Agents operating in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, found a group of illegal aliens and discovered that one of the men had previously been convicted for sexual assault of a child, according to a statement from the Border Patrol obtained by Breitbart Texas. The 59-year-old man from El Salvador, Manuel Saravia Guerrero, was arrested and is being processed for prosecution and removal by federal authorities.
In a separate incident, 29-year-old Jesus Gonzalez Lopez, a Mexican citizen, was captured along with a group of illegal aliens west of the Columbus Port of Entry. This is located near Deming, New Mexico. A record search revealed that man had a previous arrest and conviction for “Sex with a minor,” the statement continued. The Mexican citizen is also being processed for prosecution and removal.
Agents operating south of Alamogordo, New Mexico, engaged in a high-speed pursuit of a man who fled from a Border Patrol checkpoint on Highway 54. Agents had referred the driver of an older model Pontiac to a secondary inspection checkpoint. The driver apparently decided not to comply and sped off from the checkpoint.
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