Sanctuary County Releases Manslaughter Suspect Despite ICE Detainer

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
By Paul Martin

by R. Cort Kirkwood
Wednesday, 04 December 2019

An illegal-alien manslaughter suspect was on the loose in New York until recently thanks to yet another sanctuary county that ignored a request from Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold him.

Same story, different day. The cops arrested the illegal and charged him with killing someone. But an illegal-alien protection law forced the jail to let him go after the feds put in a request to hold him.

Meanwhile, ICE mounted an operation in Virginia that netted multiple illegal-alien thugs, proving once again that illegal immigration is out of control.

Detainer Ignored
On November 26, ICE collared Mexican illegal Feliciano Perez-Bautista, 32, who isn’t, as his name might suggest, a renowned classical guitarist or famous impressionist painter.

He’s just another illegal alien charged, again, in a killing.

ICE reported that cops in the Yonkers Police Department arrested him on July 8 and charged him with gang assault. But the victim died, which invited the manslaughter charge.

Four days later, officers with ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations sent a detainer to Yonkers police, and then another on July 30 to the Westchester County Department of Corrections. “Neither detainer was honored,” the agency reported, “and Perez-Bautista was later released, without notification to ICE.”

The jail released him pursuant to the county’s “immigrant protection act.”

Perez-Bautista was deported twice within 16 months, in May 2013 and September 2014.

Sanctuaries Everywhere

ICE did not report how long Perez-Bautista was at large, but his case is nothing unusual. Sanctuaries release rape and homicide suspects regularly.

As The New American reported on Monday, ICE recently collared an illegal-alien sex fiend from Guatemala that sanctuary Philadelphia released twice, after two arrests and two detainers, despite more than a dozen charges related to the rape of a child.

The agency has also released a threat list of illegal-alien thugs and the sanctuary counties that might release them. A particularly notorious sanctuary on that count is North Carolina’s Mecklenburg, which has loosed dozens of dangerous illegal-alien thugs upon the unsuspecting public.

“When law enforcement agencies decide to not honor ICE detainers and release violent criminals back onto the streets, they are putting their city at serious risk,” New York ICE chief Thomas Decker said after the Perez-Bautista bust. “We want nothing more than to cooperate and work together with local law enforcement authorities…. Unfortunately, more and more we are seeing politicians place their own political agenda above the safety of the citizens in which they serve.”

Leftist officials who passed sanctuary laws are mistaken if they think those laws will deter the agency’s enforcement activities.

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