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A previously deported member of the dangerous MS-13 gang was arrested Saturday in Arizona when border agents caught him after he illegally crossed the border, officials said.

Reyes Guzman-Umanzor, 35, of Honduras, was taken into custody after agents patrolling in Nogales, roughly an hour south of Tucson, found he allegedly re-entered the U.S. with a group of three other illegal immigrants.

The article goes on to state the following:

Upon processing, it was discovered one of those apprehended was Guzman-Umanzor, Border Patrol stated in a news release. The MS-13 gang member was previously arrested for DUI and drug possession and was later deported, according to Homeland Security.

The full U.S. Customs and Border Protection release follows:

Border Patrol Agents Arrest MS-13 Gang Member

TUCSON, Ariz. –Nogales Border Patrol Station agents arrested a previously deported Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang member from Honduras after he re-entered the United States illegally with a group of other illegal aliens Saturday evening west of Nogales.

Agents patrolling west of Nogales apprehended four illegal aliens from Honduras in a remote mountainous area shortly after they illegally crossed the border through the desert.

The group was transported to the Nogales Station for further processing where agents discovered one of the individuals, 35-year-old Reyes Guzman-Umanzor, is affiliated with the dangerous MS-13 street gang. Records also revealed Guzman has been removed from the country for previous immigration violations, subsequent to arrests for DUI and drug possession.   

Guzman faces criminal prosecution for re-entry after removal and will remain in custody pending a legal disposition in his case.

The remaining three illegal aliens arrested with Guzman have previous immigration violations and removals from the U.S. and will face additional charges.   

All persons apprehended by the Border Patrol undergo criminal history checks using biometrics to ensure illegal immigrants with criminal histories are positively identified.

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  1. Duh, if they are here illegialy the now have a criminal record….
    Unless some libtard judge let’s they go free

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