Border Agents Arrest MS-13 Gang Member And Convicted Sex Offender
Immigration and Customs Enforcement continue to stop criminals entering US
A known MS-13 gang member and convicted sex offender were arrested at the U.S.-Mexico border this week as seeping raids continue to see criminals apprehended by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
A 46-year-old Mexican national, who had entered the US illegally, was the first to be caught by border agents.
Ajo Station agents found during processing that the man was convicted of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor in Arizona in 2002, according to a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) press release.
The second arrest came Thursday as border agents with the Nogales Station arrested a 24-year-old Salvadoran.
Officials discovered the suspect, a known member of MS-13, was a felon who was previously deported from the country following a criminal history check.
The two men will face federal criminal immigration charges, according to CBP.
The arrest is only helping President Trump's push to fund the Border wall, and even A GoFundMe campaign, set up by a patriotic veteran to fund the wall skyrocketed past $11 million, has illustrated the will of the people.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer claims "Democrats support border security"— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 21, 2018
Stephen Miller: "They voted against Kate’s law, they voted against ending sanctuary cities, they voted against deporting MS-13 gang members [and] violent criminals, they voted...against a physical border wall" pic.twitter.com/vRcAVuUAv4
We reported that Pedophiles, child abusers, and violent gang members are among those deported by ICE this year, including 95,360 illegal aliens living in the U.S and 160,725 caught by Border Patrol crossing into the country.
The most notable deportations are the 95,000 illegal aliens living throughout the interior of the country.
There has also been an about an 11.5 percent increase of deportations of convicted criminal illegal aliens, including those with pending criminal charges since Fiscal Year 2016.