Convicted child sex offender, drug trafficker and prior deportee Eloy Chavez-Loviano was arrested near Calexico, California on Monday when Border Patrol agents caught Chavez attempting to cross back into the United States from Mexico.
Mexican citizen Chavez-Loviano, 41, was found guilty of criminal offenses against a child aged three years or younger for which he was sentenced to a mere one year in prison on October 10, 2001 in Fresno, according to a a U.S. Customs and Border Protection release. Chavez’s criminal record was discovered after his apprehension and in the process of criminal records checks.
In addition, Chavez had been previously convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for the sale of narcotics while in possession of a firearm.
Chavez was removed from the United States in July 2014 and has immigration convictions. He has most recently been reported as in Border Patrol custody and will be processed and prosecuted for re-entry after previously being removed.
“With the backdrop of executive amnesty, Border patrol’s priority is to apprehend every criminal coming across the border,” National Border Patrol Council Local 1613 Spokesman Gabe Pacheco told Breitbart California.
El Centro Sector’s Community Awareness Campaign raises public awareness of crime and threat indicators. The public is encouraged to report suspicious activity.
Family and loved ones of Americans whose lives have been lost due to the actions of illegal aliens continue to call for justice. Eric Haydu Zepeda’s mother Brenda, for example, continues to push for legal action against the illegal alien that took the life of her child. According to Brenda, her son’s killer has not spent one day in jail following his vehicular manslaughter conviction. Jamiel Shaw, Sr. lost his son when an illegal alien gang member gunned down the young man near the family home. His son’s murderer had been released from jail the day before taking Jamiel Jr.’s life.
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