Man Deported Following Deadly Crash Caught Sneaking Back Into US

Man Deported Following Deadly Crash Caught Sneaking Back Into US

Man Deported Following Deadly Crash Caught Sneaking Back Into US

“This subject has already demonstrated his propensity to commit serious crimes,” Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Felix Chavez said, according to CBS. “I thank our agents for their hard work and vigilance, which prevents these types of criminals from re-entering our communities.”

arrests for illegal border crossings into the country are actually at a 46-year-low, NPR reported. But arrests inside the country that stem from immigration charges are up by 25 percent.

they discovered that the man was in the country illegally and did not have a driver’s license, according to court documents obtained by CBS.

he allegedly tried to sneak across the U.S.-Mexico border and back into this country. He was caught in Del Rio, Texas, according to KSAT12.

He faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty of the charge of illegal reentry after deportation, according to San Angelo Live.


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