They’re rapists, they’re drug dealers, they’re killers, and auto thieves. Below is just a sample of crimes committed by illegal immigrants that have been in the news within the past few days… including one who has been deported 25 times.
DAYTON, OH – A 29-year-old man from Congo, John Paul Mpawurna, was tried this week and found guilty for the 2013 rape of a 90-year-old woman as she was walking with a cane on a bike trail in Daytona, reported WHIO News.
Mpawurna, who was 26 at the time, and does not even speak English, reportedly attacked the elderly woman, dragging her from the bike path to a nearby commercial building, where he shoved her to the ground and raped her. She was finally able to walk home and call for help. DNA evidence eventually let police to arrest the Congolese man.
He was found guilty by Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Steven Dankof Wednesday, Nov. 9.
PHOENIX, AZ – After a 3-month investigation, police have arrested an illegal alien Mexican man who has admittedly been deported 25 times, according to ABC News.
Jesus Bustamante, 44, was arrested on November 1 after police raided his home. He’s been making about $20,000 per week selling drugs, and according to police, is the leader of a drug cell distributing cocaine throughout the Phoenix area.
Bustamante admitted he’s been coming across the border by walking through the desert in the Nogales area, and has been selling drugs for the past five months.
CHARLOTTEE, NC – Two killers from the notorious MS-13 gang were just sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of murder and other organized crime charges, reports Breitbart.
Miguel Zelaya, 22, and illegal immigrant from Honduras, and Luis Ordonez-Vega, 37, a native of Guatemala, were both sentenced to life in prison, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesman Brian Cox said if they ever are released from prison, they will be quickly deported.
There are approximately 6,000 members of the MS-13 gang in the United States, and over 30,000 members worldwide.
CHARLOTTEE, NC – A gang of six illegal “Dreamers” have been busted for stealing a car. Police were able to track them down by an ankle bracelet one teenage dreamer was wearing. Emanuel Escobar, 18, was identified as being at the location where the vehicle was stolen, when police started monitoring his ankle bracelet.
Police caught the whole bunch with the stolen vehicle, reported the Charlotte Observer. Also arrested and charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, in addition to Escobar, were Keiondre Henderson, 16, Elias Cruz Octaviano, 17, Darnell Alcala, 16, Rony Portillo, 21, and a 15-year-old. Escobar, Henderson and the 15-year-old juvenile also were charged with possession of alcohol by a minor.
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