ICE: Detainer Ignored, Released Drunk-driving Suspect Charged in Fatal Wreck; Sex-crime Suspect Released

Friday, November 15, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
TheNewAmerican.com
Friday, 15 November 2019

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reported three more examples of state and local sanctuary officials ignoring agency detainers and instead releasing illegal-alien criminals into unsuspecting communities, the result in one case in New York being a vehicular homicide.

That case means sanctuary officials are directly responsible for that unnecessary death.

New York City released an attempted murder suspect, while the third case involves Montgomery County, Maryland, a major sanctuary and center of illegal-alien anarchy just outside the nation’s capital.

Unsurprisingly, that individual is a sex-crime suspect.

New York Killing
The worst of the three occurred in Cayuga County in upstate New York.

On Tuesday, the agency reported, ICE filed a detainer for the county sheriff to hold Heriberto Perez-Velasquez, a Guatemalan illegal under arrest for his role, police allege, in a drunk-driving death.

ICE filed the detainer after the sheriff arrested the illegal alien on Sunday for vehicular manslaughter, drunk driving, and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident.

But Perez-Velasquez shouldn’t have been able to drive drunk in the first place, because he should have been in jail for a previous drunk-driving arrest just three weeks earlier.

The Border Patrol bagged him the first time on May 11, 2007, and federal authorities deported him. But like so many illegals, the Central American didn’t get the message. He jumped the border again, date unknown, ICE reported.

New York State Police collared the Guatemalan on October 18 for drunk driving, resisting arrest, and “other charges.”

Of course, state cops didn’t notify ICE and they let him go.

That permitted him to get behind the wheel three weeks later and, cops allege, kill someone.

“Had Mr. Perez-Velasquez been detained by ICE after his October 2019, DUI arrest, a life might have been spared,” Acting ICE Director Matt Albence rightly said. “Sanctuary jurisdictions that do not honor detainers or allow us access to jails and prisons are shielding criminal aliens from immigration enforcement and jeopardizing the lives of law-abiding citizens.”

The Rest…HERE

Comments are closed.

Join the revolution in 2018. Revolution Radio is 100% volunteer ran. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. God bless!

Follow us on Twitter