Border Patrol Catches Previously-Deported Murderer Back In US

Border Patrol Catches Previously-Deported Murderer Back In US
U.S. Border Patrol

An illegal alien who was convicted of first-degree murder was caught by U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) after reentering the United States, authorities say.

USBP Chief Jason Owens announced the arrest of a Mexican male with a long list of felony convictions near the southern border in El Paso Sector last week.

“USBP agents in Deming, NM arrested a Mexican national w/ prior convictions for 1st Degree Murder, Battery, Stalking, & Probation Violations,” Chief Owens explained on social media on Thursday.

“This is what’s known as an aggravated felon. He does not belong in the U.S., let alone in your communities.”

No other information was shared about the dangerous invader other than a photograph which depicts a heavily-inked man with a face tattoo who appears to approximately be in his 20s.

He was just one of multiple dangerous criminals caught in El Paso Sector last week.

A previously-deported member of the “Paisas” gang was arrested at a stash house in Las Cruces, New Mexico, along with two smugglers running the operation and 10 illegal aliens.

Additionally, a Mexican illegal convicted of raping a child in Kansas was apprehended in New Mexico.

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