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TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Update 11/22/21

Despite denial by open borders advocates, illegal aliens add to the crime problem in the United States. The stories below give some recent examples.

Illegal Alien Charged With Murder of His 2-Year-Old Daughter

PORTLAND, OR - On November 1, Gustavo Enrique Villalobos Carranza, 31, was arrested by the Vancouver Police Department, after his 2-year-old daughter was reported as having been abducted a day earlier. The toddler, Brianna Villalobos Rodriguez, lived in Portland with her mother.

Around 4 a.m., following a multi-agency search, Carranza was discovered and taken into custody.

During questioning, Carranza told investigators where they could find his daughter’s body, according to police.

Carranza has been charged with first-degree murder, aggravated murder, second-degree murder, felony assault, felony mistreatment and unlawful use of a weapon. He is currently being held at the Multomah County Jail on $505,000 bond.

*U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has confirmed that they have requested a detainer be placed on Carranza. However, the sheriff’s office has yet to fulfill that request, as Multnomah County employs a ‘sanctuary’ policy for criminal aliens.

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Illegal Alien Tried To Abduct Girl In New Jersey

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ - On November 4, police arrested Francisco Ignacio Rosales-Flores, 39, after he reportedly tried to lure a young girl into his SUV a few days earlier.

On October 30, a white GMC Yukon, driven by Rosales-Flores approached a 13-year-old girl who was walking along Pitney Lane. He repeatedly spoke to the girl in an attempt to get her to enter his vehicle, according to court documents.

He then asked the girl, ‘Are you cold? I can give you a ride. Get in my car.’ She ran to the nearest home on Danielle Court, and the man drove off toward East Veterans Highway.

The girl took pictures of the SUV, as well as the license plate, as Rosales-Flores drove away.

Rosales-Flores has been charged with second-degree luring. He is currently being held at the Ocean County Jail on an ICE detainer. Read more:

Illegal Alien Raped, Impregnated, Tried To Kill 13-Year-Old Girl In NC

FAYETTEVILLE, NC - On November 12, police arrested Eduardo Rubio, 26, after he reportedly physically attacked a young girl, and tried to run her over with his vehicle.

The girl was strangled multiple times, until she passed out, according to a police report.

Paramedics transported the victim from an apartment complex in the 400 block of Murray Fork Drive to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, where she was treated for several injuries to her face, neck, arms and legs.

While doctors were evaluating the girl’s injuries, she reportedly said that Rubio had been sexually assaulting her for approximately the last two years, with the abuse beginning when she was 11 years old.

The medical staff subsequently performed a sexual assault exam and discovered that the girl was approximately 4-and-a-half months pregnant, the document stated. The young victim, whose name was withheld from court documents, reportedly told doctors and investigators that she already knew she was pregnant and that the pregnancy was the result of being sexually abused by Rubio.

Rubio has been charged with three counts of assault by strangulation, statutory rape, attempted first-degree murder, attempted murder of an unborn child and first-degree kidnapping. He is currently being held at the Cumberland County Jail without bond.

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The Conservative Caucus is a grassroots public policy action organization, formed in 1974. It was active in defeating the SALT II Treaty, repealing the Catastrophic Coverage Act, blocking the Clinton health-care takeover, securing the impeachment of President Clinton by the House of Representatives, stopping amnesty for illegal aliens, persuading the House of Representatives to sue President Obama regarding ObamaCare, and promoting the confirmation of Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

TCC supports increased border security and the passage of Federal legislation to punish sanctuary jurisdictions by cutting off Federal aid.

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