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After four deportations and a stream of convictions for assault and drunk driving, a longtime Kansas City-area resident has been sentenced to more than 57 months in prison for unlawfully returning to the United States.

A federal court in Kansas City, Kan., handed the punishment Monday to Jorge Carrillo-Hernandez, 37, whose criminal record in Johnson and Wyandotte counties date to 2000. That’s when the Mexican citizen was charged in the first of three incidents of driving under the influence.

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The U.S. Attorney’s office for the District of Kansas announced the sentence amid heightened public interest — and inflamed debate — over the federal government’s spotlight on undocumented persons who pose a serious risk to society.

In 2003 Carrillo-Hernandez was convicted of aggravated battery against a girlfriend. Eight years later he was convicted of domestic battery against his wife. Both offenses occurred in Johnson County.

He first entered the country with his family when he was eight months old and has lived around Kansas City since he was a teenager, court records state. But as the driving and assault arrests swelled, so did the deportations — in 2003, 2009, 2012 and 2016.

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