Illegal Alien Wanted for Child Rape Deported From US for Third Time
Jose Luis Rodriguez-Vasquez from El Salvador deported by ICE
An illegal alien, wanted for raping either a minor child or a disabled person, has been deported from the United States for the third time after entering the country through the U.S.-Mexico border.
37-year-old Jose Luis Rodriguez-Vasquez from El Salvador was deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
It is believed Rodriguez-Vasquez has spent almost ten years living in the U.S.
ICE’s Dave Marin said in a statement:
“Our diligent efforts have removed another potential predator from our streets and helped ensure he faces justice in his country of origin."
“Rodriguez-Vasquez presented a genuine threat to public safety; his removal enforces a clear message to international fugitives — you will not find sanctuary here,” Marin said.
“ICE will continue to focus its removal efforts and resources on egregious and violent criminals, along with other high-profile removals who pose the greatest threat to our communities,” Marin added.
Rodriguez-Vasquez illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border into Campo, California in 2011.
Just days later, Rodriguez-Vasquez illegally crossed into the U.S before being deported.
Since then, Rodriguez-Vasquez crossed the southern border for the third time but was not captured by ICE until April 8 of this year.
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In Fiscal Year 2019, more than a quarter of a million illegal aliens and 5,500 gang members were deported from the US by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
ICE agents deported nearly 267,258 illegal aliens between September 2018 and October 2019, a four percent increase compared to 2018, and almost a 20 percent increase compared to 2017.
Eighty-five thousand nine hundred fifty-eight of those illegal aliens were deported from the interior of the US in 2019, while more than 181,000 illegal aliens were deported after arriving at the southern border.
Of the 65,000 illegal aliens deported from the U.S. interior, the majority were convicted criminals.