Over 300 Illegal Aliens Inc Child Abusers, Rapists Arrested By ICE in California
30 percent of the arrests were released by California’s sanctuary state policy
More than 300 illegal aliens have been arrested by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Calfornia.
Those arrested included rapists and child abusers in the sanctuary state of California.
Agents nabbed over 300 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, and Ventura County between July 13 and August 20.
Almost 30 percent of the arrests were criminal illegal aliens who had been released by California’s sanctuary state policy, which prevents arrest and deportation by refuse to turn them over to federal custody.
Los Angeles County released the most number of illegal aliens arrested in August.
The county also recently implemented a permanent sanctuary policy.
ICE official Dave Marin said in a statement:
These arrests have a significant impact on victims, or potential victims, of these crimes — by focusing our efforts on perpetrators of crimes against others, we were able to remove immediate threats from our communities, and in many cases, prevent future victimization.
The illegal aliens arrested have been convicted or charged with assault, burglary, domestic violence, battery, child abuse, and sex crimes.
Those arrested included:
A 44-year-old citizen and national of Mexico arrested on July 31 in Corona, California. Convicted in Orange, California, of inflicting corporal injury to a spouse and willful cruelty to a child in March 2007; of battery of spouse on spouse in September 2008; and again, of driving without a license and hit and run in February 2013. This convicted criminal was ordered removed by an immigration judge in March 2013, removed by ERO, and unlawfully returned to the U.S., which is a federal crime.
A 32-year-old citizen and national of Honduras arrested on Aug. 4 in Los Angeles. Convicted in Vista, California, of rape by force in October 2017. An immigration judge ordered him removed in January 2007; he was removed to Honduras, and unlawfully reentered the U.S., consequently committing a sexual offense.
A 35-year-old citizen and national of Mexico arrested on Aug. 6 in Hemet, California. Convicted in Los Angeles, of sexual penetration with a foreign object of an unconscious victim in June 2013. ERO served the individual with a Notice to Appear, Form I-862, charging removability pursuant to section 237(a)(2)(A)(iii) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) as an alien convicted of an aggravated felony.
A 25-year-old citizen and national of Mexico arrested on Aug. 7 in Newport Beach, California. Convicted in Los Angeles, of lewd or lascivious acts in December 2017 – suspect is a registered sex offender. ERO served the individual with a Notice to Appear, Form I-862, charging removability pursuant to section 237(a)(2)(A)(iii) of the INA as an alien convicted of an aggravated felony.
A 23-year-old citizen and national of Guatemala arrested on Aug. 10 in El Monte, California. Convicted in Long Beach, California, of driving without a license in August 2016; and again, of kidnapping and corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant in June. ERO Los Angeles served the individual with a Notice of Intent to Issue a Final Administrative Removal Order, Form I-851, charging removability pursuant to section 101(a)(43)(A) of the INA as an aggravated felony for sexual abuse of a minor.
The arrests were part of a larger sting that saw over 2,000 criminal illegal alien fugitives arrested across the United States in August.
Around 85 percent of those arrested already had criminal convictions and/or pending criminal charges against them.
ICE agents have requested California counties to turn over more than 25,000 criminal illegal aliens since October 2019.
But almost all released due to the state’s sanctuary policy.
According to estimates from ICE officials, roughly 100 criminal illegal aliens are released every day by Los Angeles County alone.
Earleir this year, San Diego County was accused of hiding details on illegal aliens accused of child abuse, child sex abuse, domestic violence, and assault.
Currently, California is home to the population of illegal aliens, with at least 2.2 million, in the U.S.