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 January 18 – 24
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.
Woman Gang Raped by Pair of Illegals
Police responded to a local healthcare facility to investigate a possible sexual assault case. The woman told the authorities she had been raped by two men, and that she knew them. Javier Nava Hernandez and Jose Luis Rubio-Servin reportedly broke into her home and assaulted her.
Both men were found and arrested at work, and both admitted to authorities that they were in the country illegally.
Man Suspected of Four Homicides
Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, 19, was arrested as a suspect in four murders that took place within days of each other. On January 9 or 10, 56-year-old Connie Koontz was shot to death in her home. The body was discovered by the victim’s disabled mother, who also lived in the residence. About a mile away, on Jan. 13, 74-year-old Sophia Renken was also found dead. And on January 16, the bodies of 81-year-old Gerald David, a former Reno Rodeo President, and his wife, 80-year-old Sharon David, were found in their home. All of the victims had been shot.
Martinez-Guzman was arrested in Carson City after deputies rammed his vehicle in a mall parking lot. In addition to being a suspect in the four murders, he is charged with burglary, possession of stolen property, and obtaining money by false pretenses. Immigration currently has a hold on him.
Mexican National Molested Child for Five Years
Carlos Calderon, 41, was arrested for repeatedly molesting a girl for five years, beginning when the child was seven years old. “There are no words to describe how horrible this is,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a press conference.
The girl told authorities that Calderon had sexually explicit photographs of a child on his phone, and then said he had molested her. The sheriff’s department found the pictures as well as an item in a dresser drawer that the young girl had mentioned in her report.
When Polk County investigators asked Calderon “how many times he committed a specific type of sexual battery,” the Mexican National said “hell I don’t know,” and Judd said the suspect “blamed” the victim for the abuse.
Calderon was in the U.S. on an expired work visa, and has a criminal past including eight arrests – six for driving with a non-valid, suspended, or revoked driver’s license – and the other two for probation violation and possession of drug paraphernalia. Now he faces eight felonies: two charges of sexual battery of a child, two counts of lewd molestation of a child under 12, use of a child in sexual performance, two counts of sexual performance by a child, and unlawful use of a two-way communication device.
Drunk Illegal Kills Two in Car Crash
Julio Aron Rodriguez, 31, was reportedly driving eastbound in the westbound lanes on SH 225 near Richey Street when police said he struck another vehicle, containing a driver and three passengers, head on. Two of the victims were taken to a local hospital, where they were pronounced dead. A third car was also involved in the crash, but no one inside was injured
Rodriguez was arrested and charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter and two counts of intoxication assault and is being held on a $40,000 bond.
It is important to note that the seat of Harris County is Houston, which is a “sanctuary city,” and that Harris County jail rarely files requests for ICE detainers on suspected illegal aliens.
ICE removes 36 Cambodian nationals
El Paso, TX
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), and ICE Air Operations (IAO) departed El Paso on a flight carrying 36 Cambodian nationals. Of these, 34 are criminals with various violent offenses.
According to ICE, these offenses include: two counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder, manslaughter, voluntary manslaughter, accessory after the fact of a homicide, sexual assault, three counts of sexual offenses, child abuse, domestic violence, aggravated assault, aggravated assault with a weapon, aggravated robbery, two counts of assault, arson, auto theft, two counts of robbery, robbery with a gun, two weapons offenses, theft, larceny, stolen property, fraud, and five drug convictions.
Remember to check back next week for the next installment of our illegals crime watch.