Tag: Previously Deported Felon

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Previously Deported Violent Felon Arrested at U.S. Border

Border Patrol agents assigned to the Tucson Sector arrested a previously deported criminal alien. Immigration officials previously deported the man following his conviction on a felony charge in Texas.

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DOJ Indicts 7-Time Deported Criminal Alien for Illegal Re-Entry

A federal grand jury in El Paso, Texas, returned a felony indictment against a Mexican national who immigration officials deported on seven previous occasions. In addition to a laundry list of crimes, the man previously served more than one year in prison for illegal re-entry as a deported criminal.

LA GRULLA, TX - DECEMBER 09: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent detains undocumented immigrants near the U.S.-Mexico border on December 10, 2015 at La Grulla, Texas. Border security remains a key issue in the U.S. Presidential campaign. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Five Violent Sex Offenders Busted at Texas Border for Illegal Re-Entry

U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector busted five previously deported criminal aliens including three with sex crimes against children. Agents also rescued seven illegal aliens who had been abandoned in 100+ degree heat by human smugglers.

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Border Patrol Agents Save Lives, Protect Americans

Border Patrol agents risk their lives every day in providing our nation’s front line of defense from those who would cross our borders to do us harm. Their efforts lead to the saving of lives, stopping the flow of drugs into our country and cash profits headed out, and protecting American citizens from criminals and sexual predators who attempt to re-enter this country after being deported for their criminal behavior.

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More Felons and Sex Offenders Caught Crossing Back into U.S.

Border Patrol agents from the El Paso Sector captured two more sex offenders and a felonious gang member who had crossed back into the United States after being previously deported. These arrests by Border Patrol agents prove the fallacy of not securing the border after deporting these criminals.