TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Report - May 4 2021
Despite denial by open borders advocates, illegal aliens add to the crime problem in the United States. The stories below give some recent examples.
Sanctuary State Colorado: Convicted Illegal Alien Gang Member Arrested Five Years After Release into U.S. A convicted illegal alien gang member has been arrested about five years after the sanctuary state of Colorado released him into American communities instead of turning him over to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Enrique Guzman-Rincon, a 29-year-old illegal alien gang member, was arrested by ICE agents on April 9, roughly five years after the Colorado Department of Corrections released him into nearby communities after he was convicted of attempted reckless manslaughter in October 2017. The Mexican national had been on ICE’s Top 10 Most Wanted list.
During Guzman-Rincon’s trial, where he was charged with six counts of attempted murder, jurors were sequestered overnight after authorities got word his fellow gang members had compiled a “hit list” in which they were planning to target witnesses, jurors, detectives, and prosecutors involved in the case.
After convicting Guzman-Rincon, he was sentenced to 35 years in prison. Before finishing the sentence, though, an appellate court judge overturned Guzman-Rincon’s conviction claiming the jurors in the case had been told about the threat of gang violence in the trial.
ICE El Paso removes Mexican man convicted of felony drug charge.
A noncitizen, convicted of an aggravated drug felony, was removed to Mexico on Thursday by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Felix-Eduardo Gomez-Hernandez, 32, a Mexican citizen, was removed at the Stanton Street Bridge in downtown El Paso. Gomez-Hernandez was considered a threat to public safety and an ICE enforcement priority due to an aggravated felony conviction for manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine.
On April 20, he was convicted of manufacturing and delivering a controlled substance (methamphetamine), an aggravated felony. He was sentenced to 10 years’ probation. The following day he was released from jail and turned over to the custody of ICE.
Illegal Alien Charged With Murder In Failed Carjacking.
GATES, NY – On April 22, Gates Police Chief James VanBrederode announced the arrest of Edgar Tolentino, 16, for the shooting death of 71-year-old Richard Sciascia. The grandfather was on his way to visit his son, when he became the victim of an attempted carjacking on April 7.
Sciascia was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital where he was soon pronounced dead. He leaves behind a wife, seven children and eight grandchildren.
Tolentino has been charged with second-degree murder and is currently being held at the Monroe County Secure Juvenile Detention Center.
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