Salvadoran Illegal Ordered Deported In 2022 Arrested for Murder of 2-Year-Old in Maryland ‘Sanctuary’ County

Salvadoran Illegal Ordered Deported In 2022 Arrested for Murder of 2-Year-Old in Maryland ‘Sanctuary’ County

An illegal alien who was ordered deported in 2022 was the fifth suspect arrested in the shooting death of a toddler in a Maryland ‘sanctuary’ county for illegal aliens.

The horrifying incident unfolded on February 8 in Langley Park, located in Prince George’s County in the Washington D.C. metro area.

Rival groups opened fire upon one another, and stray rounds struck a woman and her 2-year-old son, who were walking nearby.

A detective on patrol heard the gun battle and arrived quickly on the scene, where he found young Jeremy Poou-Caceres and his mother both suffering from gunshot wounds.

The child was later pronounced deceased but his mother survived.

“Since the murder, the PGPD has identified and arrested four other suspects – to include a 15-year-old male from Takoma Park and a 16-year-old male from Hyattsville. They are both charged as adults,” the Prince George’s County Police Department (PGPD) explained in a press release.

“The Homicide Unit has also arrested 33-year-old Israel Fuentes, Jr., of Lewisdale and 28-year-old Johnny Alejandro Turcios of Lewisdale.”

On Monday, PGPD announced the arrest of Nilson Trejo-Granados, 25, of “no fixed address.”

However, on Tuesday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) revealed Trejo-Granados is an illegal alien from El Salvador who was ordered deported in 2022 and has been arrested multiple times.

“On Nov. 7, 2022, a Department of Justice immigration judge in Newark, New Jersey ordered Trejo-Granados’ removal from the United States,” explained ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Baltimore spokesman James Covington in a statement to Fox 5.

Trejo-Granados was arrested for theft on two separate occasions last year in Montgomery County, Maryland.

Both times, ICE lodged immigration detainers against him that were ignored by county officials who released him back onto the street.

Granados-Trejo has now been charged with first degree murder, second degree murder, attempted first degree murder, attempted second degree murder, and multiple assaults in the first and second degree.

He is being held at the Prince George’s County Detention Center, and ICE has filed yet another immigration detainer against him.

An investigation is ongoing.

Prince George’s County formally established itself as a ‘sanctuary’ for illegal aliens with the passage of the “Community Inclusiveness Act” in 2019, which bars county agencies from cooperating with federal immigration authorities, but the county has operated as a de facto sanctuary for much longer.

InfoWars has been documenting the surge of crime fueled by the ongoing Biden border invasion.

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