TCC's Illegal Alien Crime Update - April 19, 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.
An illegal alien allegedly hit and killed a North Carolina father of two children last month in a drunk driving crash, local law enforcement says.
Rolbin Pacheco, a 35-year-old illegal alien from Honduras, has been charged with drunk driving and felony death by vehicle after he allegedly killed 36-year-old Cheston Edwards on March 29 in Princeton, North Carolina.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency confirmed to Breitbart News that Pacheco is an illegal alien from Honduras who is now wanted by ICE. Pacheco is being held on a $1 million bond.
Illegal Alien Charged With Kidnapping Fired On Officers During Chase.
ASHEBORO, NC – On Saturday, sheriff's deputies arrested Manuel Jesus Robles, 32, following a multi-county high-speed pursuit involving Davidson and Rowan Counties sheriff's deputies, High Point police officers and the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
The ordeal began when Robles reportedly abducted a woman on Coleridge Road in Asheboro, forcing the 31-year-old victim into her own vehicle at gunpoint.
Deputies tried to perform a traffic stop on Robles, who was traveling at a high rate of speed. He not only failed to stop, but began firing shots at sheriff's and police vehicles, hitting several during the chase, according to court documents.
The illegal alien eventually crashed the stolen vehicle, and fled on foot. He was soon taken into custody. He is currently being held at the Randolph County Jail on $2,765,000 bail.
ICE removes Indonesian man convicted of fraud tied to international counterfeit wine scam.
EL PASO, Texas — Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) removed an Indonesian citizen Thursday who, following a federal investigation, was convicted in New York of selling millions of dollars in counterfeit wine to affluent clients over nearly a decade.
Rudy Kurniawan, 44, unlawfully present in the United States, was removed to his home country. He is a public safety threat because of his aggravated felony conviction.
On July 27, 2000, he applied for an immigration benefit, which was later denied, and on Nov. 21, 2000, the INS served Kurniawan with a notice to appear before an immigration court for failure to maintain or comply with the conditions of the non-immigrant status under which he entered the United States. Kurniawan failed to depart the country, and as a result the voluntary departure automatically became a final order of removal.
On March 3, 2012, the FBI in Los Angeles arrested Kurniawan for mail and wire fraud, and on Aug. 7, 2014, he was convicted of the same charges. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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