Illegal immigration may be a hot topic for politicians running for office, but as Americans, it should be an even greater area of concern. The left is determined to make us an open border country, allowing any and everyone in, no matter their criminal background. That’s why I feel it is important to highlight the serious crimes committed by so many illegal immigrants in this weekly report.
Week of December 13-19
This is not an analysis, but rather a report of the more serious crimes committed by illegal aliens. While there may have been many more, hundreds even, arrests of illegal aliens for simple infractions, here we concentrate only on the most dangerous of offenses.
Teens Murder Teen – Dug Shallow Grave for Him
San Antonio, TX
Two 17-year-old teenage boys allegedly murdered a 16-year-old and even pre-dug a shallow grave for him. Juan Carlos Garcia was arrested for the crime, but his cousin, Salvador Garcia-Godinez, a Mexican national, is still at large. A relative said he was planning to flee across the border.
Before escaping, Garcia-Godinez confessed to the murder and even gave details, said a family member who heard the confession. Garcia-Godinez reportedly said he and his cousin confronted the victim, Christian Jimenez Santos, over drugs and money, then Garcia-Godinez admitted to the relative that he started beating Santos and even shot at him, but missed.
The teens had a plan and had even dug a shallow grave in the yard of Garcia’s home. However, Santos ran and the pair chased him across the street where they shot him in the head near an abandoned house.
Authorities are still searching for Garcia-Godinez; meanwhile, Garcia is expected to be charged with murder and is being held on a $100,000 bail.
24-Hour Reign of Terror Shooting Spree
Tulare County, CA
Before dying in a fatal car crash, a previously deported illegal alien male went on a 24-hour “reign of terror” that involved random shootings, robbery, and high-speed police chases. Gustavo Garcia, 36, was ejected from his vehicle after wrecking while fleeing the cops at over 100 mph.
The first incident happened in Exeter, where Garcia reportedly shot a farmer who was on a ladder picking fruit in an orchard. The man was struck in the chest but is expected to live. Police believe this was just a distraction to divert them while Garcia committed armed robbery at AA Gas and Grub just three minutes later, where he fired several shots into the ceiling and demanded more than $2,000.
Later that evening, Garcia shot a woman in her car in the parking lot of a Motel 6 in Tulare. The victim called 911 and reported gunshot wounds to her arm and chest.
“She made eye contact with the subject, and he followed her to her parking spot, and for unbeknownst reasons, fired at her vehicle,” said Matt Machado, Interim Tulare Police Chief. Soon after that, Garcia is suspected to have committed assault with a deadly weapon in Lindsay, and authorities believe he may be tied to a homicide that happened there around the same time.
At about 1:30 a.m., police believe the suspect fired shots at a Shell gas station in Pixley, then an hour later, shot and killed a man at the AMPM in Visalia. The victim, Rocky Paul Jones, 51, did not have any connection to the suspect.
Garcia then went to the home of his ex-girlfriend in Visalia and threatened her from her backyard, firing several rounds. The woman and her children were able to escape unharmed.
Around 5 a.m., police attempted to stop Garcia, but he escaped and held three farm workers at gunpoint and stole their truck. Traveling at high speeds on Highway 65, Garcia actively tried to strike other vehicles. Four people were hospitalized from the crashes.
As the police pursuit ensued, Garcia fired shots at them. No officers were harmed, and the suspect was ejected from the vehicle and succumbed to his injuries in Porterville.
Rape of an Eight-Year-Old Girl
Charles County, MD
An officer from the Department of Social Services went to J.P. Ryon Elementary School, in Waldorf, and spoke with an eight-year-old female who specifically described a sexual assault. The child complained of pain and discomfort and was taken to the Charles Regional Medical Center for treatment and a forensic examination. Her injuries were described as significant by a nurse at the hospital.
The suspect, Pablo Lopez Ramirez, 38, denied the allegations. A background search showed that Ramirez does have a work visa and is in the process of applying for citizenship. He is charged with sexual abuse of a minor and rape second degree. He is being held without bail and has a preliminary hearing on December 26.
Remember to check back next week for the next installment of our crime watch.