Sanctuary County in North Carolina Set to Free Illegal Aliens Charged with Child Rape

Wednesday, October 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

This is what happens when counties refuse to comply with federal immigration law.

By Shane Trejo
Oct 30, 2019

A North Carolina county is set to release two illegal aliens onto the streets who have been charged with raping children, and another illegal who has been hit with heroin trafficking charges.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials drew attention to this problematic situation that is unfolding in Mecklenburg County, as the rule of law disintegrates due to leftist resistance against the “America First” policies of President Donald Trump.

“The only way a person is subject to an ICE detainer in Mecklenburg County is if they are handcuffed and arrested for a crime committed in the local community,” Acting ICE Director Matt Albence said.

“The only persons protected by these misguided policies are criminals as the only way a person is subject to a detainer is if they’ve been arrested for a crime beyond anything to do with their immigration status,” he added.

The suspects are: Alejandro Gomez-Cervantes, who has been charged with five counts of indecent liberties with a child; Rigoberto Murcia-Martinez, who has been charged with three counts of indecent liberties with a child; and Jasmine Villareal, who has been charged with three counts of trafficking heroin or opium.

“It is past time to put aside all the political rhetoric and listen to the facts – and the fact is, people are being hurt and victimized every day because of jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with ICE,” Albence said.

“It is my sincere desire to work with local partners to whatever extent they are willing to work with this agency in what should be our shared goal to ensure public safety,” he added. “Uncooperative jurisdictions such as Mecklenburg County should be on notice that as long as criminal offenders are being released, they should get used to seeing a lot more ICE at-large enforcement activity in their communities.”

Mecklenburg County, which is the home of NC’s most populous city Charlotte, became a sanctuary county in Dec. 2018. Sheriff Garry McFadden announced shortly after his election that he was terminating an agreement with ICE that allowed his deputies to assist with immigration enforcement inside the county jail.

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