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

Previously deported invader charged with DUI

Dave Gibson — The ExaminerDrunk Busted
Westborough, Mass. – On Saturday, Oscar Hernandez-Moran, 19, was arrested after he nearly ran his vehicle into a police car, according to court documents. — Hernandez-Moran has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, operating a motor vehicle without a license and failure to yield to another vehicle. — According to Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon, Hernandez-Moran is in the country illegally and was deported back to Guatemala in January 2011. — Hernandez-Moran is being held on a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer… Read More

Drunken invader rams Houston cop car

My Fox HoustonDrunk Busted
A man, charged with crashing into a police officer while intoxicated, is in this country illegally. — A deportation order had been issued for Luis Antonio Banegas in 2005, the Houston Police Officers Union says. — Banegas is accused of injuring Officer V. Tewell at an east Houston intersection on Sunday. — Tewell, assigned to the Northeast Patrol, was responding to a call when Banegas slammed into the side of her vehicle at Kerr and McCarty Street, Houston Police say… Read More

Mexican invader gets 3 years for illegal re-entry into U.S.

Tucson Sentinel
A 30-year-old Mexican woman was sentenced to three years in prison on Feb. 15 for illegally re-entering the United States, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said. — Maria Soto Favela, of Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, was apprehended by Douglas Station Border Patrol agents in February 2011. During processing, agents found Soto had a 2002 conviction for felony armed robbery, felony attempted aggravated assault and theft in Maricopa County, the Border Patrol said… Read More

Mexican invader booted 5 times arrested in Pennsylvania

Pocono Record — Stroudsburg, Pa.
Harrisburg — Immigration officials say a 24-year-old Mexican citizen who has already been deported five times from the U.S. was found again in central Pennsylvania. — Pedro Millan-Montero was charged by a federal grand jury on Wednesday with illegally re-entering the United States. — The indictment indicates authorities found Millan-Montero in the York County Prison on Jan. 10. According to the York Dispatch, he had been arrested on a warrant for alleged drunken driving… Read More

Another obnoxious Mexican sentenced for federal immigration violation

KYTX-TV — Tyler, TexasBye Bye!
Beaumont — A 35-year-old Mexican national has been sentenced to federal prison for immigration violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. — Everado Espinosa-Medina pleaded guilty on Oct. 21, 2011, to illegally reentering the United States after having been previously deported, and was sentenced today to 14 months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge Marcia Crone. According to information presented in court, on Apr. 18, 2011, the defendant was arrested in Liberty County for traffic violations.  An investigation into his immigration status revealed he had been previously deported to Mexico on three separate occasions; Mar. 27, 1999, Dec. 22, 2005, and Sep. 15, 2009… Read More

Mexican perv gets prison for illegal re-entry after deportation

Tucson SentinelOff to Jail
A 53-year-old Mexican man was sentenced to 33 months in prison for illegal re-entry of a felon into the United States, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Friday. — Marcial Avilar Perez, of Zacatecas, was arrested by Border Patrol agents when he tried to re-enter the United States in September, the Border Patrol said. — During a background check, agents discovered that Avilar was convicted in 1990 for lewd acts against a child under 14 in Riverside County, Calif, for which he was sentenced to one year in prison… Read More

Invader arrested for re-invading after deportation

Westerly (RI) SunDeport Invaders Now!
Elaine Morgan knows Myrna Limon as a hard working Mexican woman who owns a consignment store in Ashaway and a local housecleaning business. Dominic DiFazio knows Limon as a longtime area resident who has been legitimately paying taxes – and trying to obtain U.S. residency – for years. — But federal immigration enforcement officials say Limon isn’t who she says she is: Her real name is Luz Maria Perez- Acevedo, and she’s been living in the U.S. illegally since an earlier deportation in the late 1990s. – Westerly police arrested the 53-year-old Pawcatuck resident Monday on a charge of reentering the country illegally, after learning that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) held a warrant for her arrest… Read More

Deported Mexican invader arrested again

Johnston County Herald — Smithfield, NC
Immigration authorities again are trying to deport a suspected gang member who moved to Selma after twice crossing the Mexican border illegally, according to authorities. — Smithfield police on Jan. 25 arrested Lloyd Wilborn “Negro” Berthram, 26, of 408 Lizzie St. — He was wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which took him to an Alamance County detainment center. — According to U.S. District Court filings, Berthram – who also uses the names Samuel Ernesto Berthram-Martinez and Daniel Berthram – was deported to Mexico in 2010 after he served time for an armed robbery in Duplin County. He was told he couldn’t return to the country without permission from the U.S. Attorney General… Read More

Previously deported invader busted for selling more than food at his restaurant

KVEC-AM — San Luis Obispo, Calif.Scumbag
Los Osos —  San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit served simultaneous search warrants at a Morro Bay business and a home in Los Osos on Wednesday afternoon, arresting a man and recovering cocaine packaged for sales. — Taken into custody at the Taco Temple restaurant on Main St. in Morro Bay was 44-year-old Efrain Herrera Ramirez of Los Osos.  Narcotics were found at the restaurant and his Los Osos home.  Ramirez is suspected of dealing out of the kitchen of the business.  Drugs and cash were also found in his Clark Valley Rd., home… Read More