ICE Arrests Previously Deported Child Rapist Back In US for a Decade

ICE Arrests Previously Deported Child Rapist Back In US for a Decade

A previously deported child rapist was arrested in the U.S. yet again despite a conviction for another sex crime nearly a decade ago, authorities say. 

On Monday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced the apprehension of a 42-year-old man with dual Mexican and Guatemalan citizenships on January 25 in Lynn, Massachusetts. 

The illegal alien, whose named has not been released, has committed multiple heinous sex crimes in the U.S., including at least one involving a minor. 

In 2004, the man was convicted of rape of a child by a criminal court in Kent County, Delaware. 

After serving a brief prison sentence, he was removed from the U.S. in December of 2006. 

The child sex predator illegally reentered the country “on an unknown date at an unknown location without being inspected or admitted by a U.S. immigration official,” ICE explained in a press release

“On Nov. 3, 2015, he was convicted of sexual conduct for a fee in a criminal court in Lynn. Under Massachusetts state law, the offense of sexual conduct for a fee — commonly known as prostitution or solicitation — makes it a crime to engage in sex or a sexual act with any person in exchange for a fee and to engage in sex or any sexual act with a minor in exchange for a fee.”

The man is being held in ICE custody pending a decision on his removal by the Department of Justice.

“Our officers were able to locate and arrest this individual who has already proven to be a threat to children,” said ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Boston Field Office Director Todd M. Lyons. 

“Despite having been previously removed by ICE, he found his way back to the United States, falsely believing he could reside in Massachusetts without repercussions. ERO Boston will not allow that to happen.”

Authorities continue to apprehend dangerous foreign criminals illegally present in the U.S.

Last month, Texas troopers arrested a human smuggler wanted for murder in Mexico.

Also in January, an illegal alien from Brazil who was released into the U.S. under Joe Biden was deported to face rape charges in his homeland.

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