ICE Holds Twice-Deported Man Suspected In Toddler’s Disappearance, Mom’s Death
It amazes me that this animal, which had been deported twice already was able to sneak in again and commit these unspeakable crimes on American soil, to be here illegally only to be protected by our American rights.
The rights that protect him from self-incrimination, the protection against illegal search and seizure, the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney… at the cost of American taxpayers.
Gov. Cuomo helped make this happen supporting illegal aliens over NY residents: ICE holds twice-deported man suspected in Upstate toddler’s disappearance, mom’s death https://t.co/zzRkuu5emI pic.twitter.com/hDMPfGooCV
— Cuomo Watch (@CuomoWatch) May 28, 2018
We need to adopt new policies and procedures to cover illegal aliens under these types of circumstances.
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) May 29, 2018
Authorities have not yet charged a Mexican citizen in the death of his girlfriend and the disappearance of her 14-month-old child, but the man known as Alberto Ebavardo Guiterrez-Reyes isn’t going anywhere.
The 25-year-old man, suspected of working illegally on a Sodus farm, has been ordered held by federal immigration officials. He’s also facing an evidence tampering charge in connection with his girlfriend’s death.
“Alberto Ebavardo Guiterrez-Reyes” is an alias for Evarardo Donoteo-Reyes, a twice-deported Mexican citizen, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement.
Reyes had been deported in 2016 and 2017, authorities told The (Rochester) Democrat & Chronicle. He has a 2017 conviction for illegal re-entry, Immigration and Customs Enforcement added.
“ICE is determined to seek out and locate illegal aliens in New York.” Field Office Director Thomas Feeley said, according to the D & C. “This case sadly illustrates the real dangers to our communities.”
The mother, Selena Hidago-Calderon, was found dead Wednesday in a wooded area of the farm where she worked and lived with Reyes.
Hidago-Calderon, of Guatemala, was also in the country illegally, as are many Upstate farm workers. More
— Melanie Johnson (@MelJohnsonTV) May 28, 2018