Judge grants first step to help felonious Mexican squatter avoid deportation

Portland Oregonian
A Clackamas County judge signed off Thursday on the first step to keep a young Happy Valley man from deportation. — Judge Thomas J. Rastetter granted bench probation to Edson Barrera Gonzalez, who has been held in a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement center in Seattle for a year. Immigration advocates for Gonzalez hope to persuade ICE to release Gonzalez for six months while he applies to have his status changed to a misdemeanor criminal, rather than felon… Read More

Following Obama victory, U.S. backs new U.N. arms treaty talks

Fox News LatinoReconquista
Everyone is talking about how Latinos may have influenced the election. What’s getting less notice is that more Latinos than ever are heading to Washington.

Tuesday’s election brought one more Hispanic to the U.S. Senate, bringing the total to three. History was made when Ted Cruz, a Republican candidate, became the first Latino to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate after he handily defeated Democratic challenger Paul Sadler in the seat currently held by retiring GOP Sen. Kay Baily Hutchison… Read More

Girl, 14, watches lousy invader break into garage

Sahuarita Sun — Green Valley, Arizona
A 14-year-old girl home alone watched a man later identified as an illegal immigrant enter the garage of her home in the McGee Ranch area and leave with some items. — The man was arrested April 3 on suspicion of third-degree burglary and booked into Pima County Detention Center after a Border Patrol agent heard Pima County Sheriff’s Department respond to the girl’s call and saw a man matching his description… Read More

Agents nab 26 illegal alien sex fiends

KPHO-TV — PhoenixUS Border Patrol
Tucson — The month of March was a busy one for U.S. Border Patrol agents stopping dangerous sex offenders from entering the U.S. — In separate incidents, agents in the Tucson sector arrested 26 illegal [aliens] who were later identified as sex offenders during processing. — That’s almost one a day. — Of the 26 arrested, 21 were from Mexico, three were from Guatemala, one was from Honduras and one was from Ecuador… Read More

Authorities Say 9 Mexican Mafia Savages Charged in Spring Break Stabbing

KRGV-TV — Weslaco, Texas
Cameron Co., Texas — Authorities say nine Mexican Mafia members accused in a stabbing at South Padre Island during Spring Break are now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and engaging in criminal activity. — The group from the San Antonio area is allegedly connected to the March 17 stabbing of 21-year-old Derek Madrigal. He was hospitalized for 10 days following the attack… Read More

Mexican invaders arrested with methamphetamine

Alamogordo (NM) Daily NewsMeth Bust
Otero County Sheriff’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit agents arrested Monday two undocumented Mexican Nationals with 20.1 grams of methamphetamine, Sheriff Benny House said. — House said OCNEU agents and Otero County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered the two men were Mexican nationals after agents arrested the men. — House said an immigration hold was placed on both Martin Rodriguez and Felipe Vasquez through U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. — “Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been notified about Rodriguez and Vasquez being undocumented immigrants,” House said. “During the course of the investigation agents and officers learned Rodriguez and Vasquez were in the United States illegally. Rodriguez and Vasquez admitted to OCNEU agents that they were in the U.S. illegally.” Read More

Invader guilty of child rape to be sentenced

KGTV– San Diego
Vista, Calif. — An 18-year-old Escondido man who admitted raping a 12-year-old girl last year is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday at the Vista Courthouse. — Escondido police said Jose Manuel Ayala was in the process of being deported for an immigration violation when he was arrested last October. He subsequently pleaded guilty to statutory rape and will be sentenced to probation and a year in jail, said Deputy District Attorney Judy Taschner… Read More

Mexican invader charged with 2nd felony DWI

Empire State News — Albany, NYDrunks
Millbrook, NY — State troopers responded to a one-car rollover, personal-injury accident on State Route 82, south of South Shanks Road, in the Town of Washington early Saturday morning.  Investigation revealed that Urbano Carrillo, 49 and an [invader from Mexico] currently residing in Clinton Corners, was southbound on State Route 82 when he lost control of an SUV on the sleet-covered roadway.  The vehicle traveled onto the shoulder of the highway where it struck a ditch and rolled over into brush.  Carrillo fled the scene of the crash.  He was apprehended shortly afterward by troopers responding to the crash.  He declined medical attention for a minor laceration that he sustained during the accident from broken glass.  Troopers detected a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on Carrillo’s breath.  He was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after failing a series of field sobriety tests… Read More

Invader corrupt Obama regime failed to deport in 2011 nabbed in drug sting

Dalton (Ga.) Daily Citizen
A Dalton teenager who was a couple of months away from graduating high school last year but then faced deportation on traffic charges was arrested Thursday for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover agent, authorities said. — Mario Alberto Rodriguez-Aleman, 19, of 2705 Old Grade Road, was charged by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with sale of or intent to sell marijuana, driving without a valid license, no insurance and running a red light. — Rodriguez-Aleman was arrested as part of a narcotics investigation, according to an incident report dated Thursday… Read More

Invader nabbed with pot after high speed chase

Arizona Republic — Phoenix
A high-speed pursuit near Safford on Saturday netted the arrest of one undocumented immigrant and the seizure of more than 1,100 pounds of marijuana, officials say. — Arizona Department of Public Safety officials attempted to stop a vehicle, but the vehicle sped away in excess of 90 mph, department spokesman Bart Graves said. — Officers used spike strips to slow the vehicle, but it continued to drive on the rims before losing control near the Page Ranch Road exit on eastbound Interstate 10, Graves said. — DPS officers arrested the driver, 38-year-old Jose Manuel Miranda Fuentes, and searched his vehicle… Read More