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Previously Deported Sex Offender Arrested near U.S. Border

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A previously deported illegal immigrant sex offender has been arrested again upon re-entry.

Ramon Alejandro Cuenca-Aguilar, 27-years-old of Mexico, was arrested near Progreso by U.S. Border Patrol agents after already being deported back in 2014, according to Valley Central News.

In 2010, Cuenca-Aguilar was arrested by Texas officials and charged with indecent exposure after a resident of Weslaco, Texas, called the local police department and reported that the illegal immigrant was “playing with himself” in public.

At the time, a Hidalgo County Court judge sentenced Cuenca-Aguilar to 19 days behind bars. After finishing that sentence, Cuenca-Aguilar was not deported.

In 2013, Cuenca-Aguilar was convicted of indecency with a child by exposure and was officially registered into the U.S. sex offender database. Following his sentence in 2014, Cuenca-Aguilar was deported back to Mexico via Laredo, Texas.

Cuenca-Aguilar is being charged with illegal re-entry and is being held in a federal prison without bond.

John Binder is a contributor for Breitbart Texas. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.


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