Illegal immigration is more than just a talking point for politicians looking to win or stay in office. The left is determined to make us an open border country, allowing everyone in, regardless of criminal background. That’s why it’s important to demonstrate the serious crimes committed by so many illegal immigrants in this weekly report. This is not an analysis, but rather a highlight of the more serious offenses committed by these 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.
Week of March 8-14
Mother’s Abuse of 6-Year-Old Led to His Death
Salt Lake County, UT
A six-year-old boy who had reportedly suffered from abuse was taken to the hospital after being found unresponsive in his home. He died two days later, and law enforcement began investigating the needless death as a homicide due to the multitude of injuries, which suggested abuse.
Initially, authorities suspected the mother, 31-year-old Reyna Elizabeth Flores-Rosales, of child abuse – but then arrested her on suspicion of homicide. Court documents reveal the child died as a result of a blow to the right side of his head. The injury caused the child’s brain to bleed and swell, and the swelling “displaced his brain and killed him.”
Medics noted other injuries on the boy’s body, including open sores, bruises, scars, and even burns on the buttocks. Flores-Rosales is an illegal immigrant from Honduras. She had previously been reported to the Department of Family and Child Services for suspected child abuse. In addition to the victim in this case, she has a 10-month-old baby.
Currently, Flores-Rosales is in jail without bond and has been placed on an ICE detainer. She is charged with aggravated murder and aggravated sexual abuse of a child (first-degree felonies), and two second-degree felony charges of child abuse.
Man Sexually Abused Woman at a Senior Home
St. Cloud, MN
A 23-year-old DACA man has allegedly admitted to sexually touching a 68-year-old female patient in a senior home facility. Jesus Manzanilla Alvarado is in the custody of ICE because he is a citizen of Mexico and in the U.S. illegally, officials said.
According to reports, Alvarado had been spending a lot of time with the victim, who suffers from anxiety and depression. However, recently the visits became more frequent and time spent with the woman increased. The inappropriate visits were brought to the attention of local police when staff reported the behavior, and Alvarado allegedly admitted to law enforcement that he had been sexually touching the woman. The woman collaborated his admission, saying he had been entering her room and touching her.
A spokesperson for St. Benedict’s Senior Community claimed “stringent hiring protocols that require multiple forms of legal documentation and review from multiple agencies” are used in the hiring process. All potential employees are also required to go through background checks that are reviewed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Shawn Neudauer, ICE Spokesman, said that Alvarado will be deported if he is convicted and sentenced on criminal sexual conduct charges.
Remember to check back next week for the next installment of our illegals crime watch.