MCALLEN, Texas — Over a period of three days, three illegal aliens from El Salvador with criminal records as rapists are facing immigration charges after getting arrested near the Rio Grande Valley of the Texas border with Mexico.
The most recent arrest took place on Wednesday in the border city of Hidalgo when U.S. Border Patrol agents found 28-year-old Manuel Alexander Chicas Contreras. Details of how the arrest took place are not listed in the criminal complaint obtained by Breitbart Texas. Once in custody however, the agents requested a records check on Chicas and learned that he had previously been deported.
Chicas was deported on December 5, 2014 after he was released from prison for having “sexual intercourse with a child over the age of 15”. For that crime, Chicas was sentenced to 12 months in prison and had six months from his sentence suspended prior to his deportation. On Thursday, Chicas went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Ormsby who formally charged him with one count of illegal re-entry and ordered he be held without bond.
In the second case, U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested 42-year-old Salvador Antonio Coreas Rodriguez on Tuesday near the border city of Hidalgo, court records from his arrest revealed. Rodriguez told agents had crossed the Rio Grande into Texas on Sunday. When authorities ran a records check on him they learned that Coreas-Rodriguez was convicted in on May 2011 on the charges related to having the rape of a victim under the age of 15. After serving part of his sentence he was deported to El Salvador on September 2013. On Thursday, Coreas- Rodriguez went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Ormsby who formally charged him with one count of illegal re-entry and ordered he be held without bond.
The third case involved 34-year-old Denis Antonio Polanco who went before U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Ormsby, also on Tuesday. The judge formally charged him with one count of illegal re-entry and ordered he be held without bond. Polanco’s arrest took place on Sunday near the border city of Roma when Border Patrol agents found him. During a records check, agents learned that he had been deported in June 1999 following his 1998 conviction of rape, court records obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed.