Previously Deported Child Sex Offender Arrested After Illegally Crossing US Border
The records also revealed the abuse of a child or vulnerable adult in 2017
Previously deported child sex offenders were arrested by Yuma and Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents after they attempted to cross the border into the U.S.
The agents on Interstate 10 conducted a vehicle stop in the early hours before making the arrests.
The agents identified one occupant as a 29-year-old Mexican national illegally present in the U.S.
The Mexican national was arrested and transported to the station for a biometric background investigation.
The investigation revaled a felony conviction from a court in North Carolina for an unlawful concealed weapon.
The records also revealed the abuse of a child or vulnerable adult in 2017.
The agents released the other occupant of the vehicle.
The Mexican national now faces new federal felony charges for illegal re-entry after removal as a convicted felon.
Later that night, Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents patrolling the Arizona border along a remote trail encountered a man who illegally crossed the border from Mexico. Agents identified the man as a 32-year-old Honduran national.
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According to Breitbart: The agents arrested him and transported the migrant to the station for processing and a biometric background investigation.
The investigation identified the man as Henrry Zelaya-Flores.
The records check they uncovered a conviction by a Dallas County, Texas, court for indecency with a child.
The court issued a two-year prison sentence.
Immigration officers later deported the man to Honduras.
Zelaya-Flores now faces federal felony charges for illegal re-entry after removal as a convicted child sex offender.
Earlier this month, Neon Nettle reported another convicted child sex offender was caught illegally attempting to re-enter the United States by U.S Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Agents arrested five men in Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday night after the of the car attempted to escape a Border Patrol vehicle driving behind them, according to CBP.