Despite denial by open borders advocates, illegal aliens add to the crime problem in the United States. The stories below give some recent examples.
Three-Time Deported Illegal Alien Charged with Murdering Jackie Vigil Faces Federal Immigration Charges
A three-time deported illegal alien charged with murdering 55-year-old Jackie Vigil in 2019 is now facing federal immigration charges for repeatedly illegally entering the United States.
In November 2019, Jacqueline Vigil was leaving her Alberquerque, New Mexico, home with plans to go to the gym when she was murdered in her driveway in her car. Vigil was the mother of two New Mexico State Police officers and worked at a daycare center.
“This heinous crime should never have happened, and more and more illegal immigrants are being allowed into our state,” New Mexico GOP Chairman Steve Pearce said in a statement. “There are laws to keep criminals out, but Talamantes crossed the border illegally.”
Illegal Alien Committed Murder Over 'Voodoo Curse' in Alabama
CARROLLTON, AL – Last week, Zocimo Hernandez, 25, pleaded guilty to the 2019 slaying of Hernan Diaz Diego, and was sentenced by Pickens County County Circuit Judge Samuel Junkin to 20 years in prison. Hernandez shot Diego to death and left his body lying on Pickens County Road 2.
“Diego and Hernandez knew each other and became involved in an argument. This was purportedly Diego believing that Hernandez had placed a voodoo curse on him,” said 24th Judicial Circuit District Attorney Andy Hamlin.
Illegal Alien Charged With Sexually Assaulting Mental Patient
HIALEAH, FL – On Monday, Yadiel Perez-Delgado, 34, was arrested after he reportedly sexually assaulted a patient at Southern Winds Hospital, a psychiatric facility on 4225 W. 20th Ave.
Perez-Delgado went into the woman's hospital room and began making sexual advances toward her. She ignored him and went into the bathroom, he followed and that is where the assault took place, according to police.
On Tuesday, Southern Winds CEO Ana Bovo said that the suspect has been fired, but that he is also under investigation in which he is accused of assaulting another female patient at the same facility.
Perez-Delgado has been charged with sexual misconduct at a mental health facility, sexual battery and false imprisonment and booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center without bond.
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