Drunk Nicaraguan drove over American in WI., caught at the border trying to reenter.

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    U.S. Border Patrol Arrests Felon Convicted of Homicide

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    Tuesday, November 15, 2011

    Tucson, Arizona – A male Nicaraguan national previously convicted of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle was among a group of individuals apprehended last night near the city of Why, Ariz., by the Tucson Sector Border Patrol, a component of the Customs and Border Protection’s Joint Field Command-Arizona.


    Isaac Gutierrez-Blandon, 32, was among the group apprehended by Ajo Station agents for illegally entering the United States. During processing, agents found that he was arrested by the Waupaca County, Wis., Sheriff’s Department in July 2007, convicted later that month, and sentenced to six years in prison. His criminal record was discovered using the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System, a vital tool that ensures individuals with criminal histories are identified and penalties are upheld to the full extent of the law. Gutierrez-Blandon now faces federal prosecution for re-entry of an aggravated felon followed by a formal removal from the country.

    In addition to enforcing immigration laws, the Border Patrol contributes to a safer America by identifying and removing dangerous criminals from the country.
     
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    It seems that the only illegal alien criminals that get caught are the ones coming though the ports of entry. The criminal illegal aliens that trot through the deserts with their paid coyotes make it into America, and kill Americans again and again and again!

    There is not enough Border Patrol to keep the droves of criminal illegal aliens out of America. We need the military on the border to guard the bush and the trails and prohibit them from crossing in the first place.
     
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    Illegal immigrant gets 15 years in fatal crash - JSOnline

    July 22, 2011

    An illegal immigrant charged with driving drunk in the wrong direction on I-94 in Milwaukee and causing a crash that killed a 34-year-old woman was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison and ordered to serve seven years on extended supervision, according to WTMJ-TV (Channel 4).

    Leopoldo R. Salas Gaytan was charged with homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, homicide by use of a vehicle with a prohibited blood alcohol level and operating without a valid license, causing death to another person. Corrie A. Damske, 34, of Wauwatosa was killed in the crash.
     
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    Sheriff blasts work-release sentence for illegal immigrant - JSOnline

    October 6, 2011

    With more than three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system, Armando Rodriguez-Benitez, 35, drove in the wrong direction.


    A firestorm erupted Thursday among law enforcement officials, prosecutors and judges after an illegal immigrant was sentenced to 11 months in jail with work-release privileges for causing a crash by driving drunk in the wrong direction on I-43.

    The sentence outraged Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., who asked his staff to contact the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement to urge it to deport the man. He questioned how a judge could sentence an illegal immigrant to a work sentence.

    "Why would we let an illegal immigrant out on work release to look for a job he's not supposed to have? He's in the country illegally," Clarke said in a news release. "As soon as he's released for Huber, he's going to flee. He knows he's facing deportation at the end of his sentence. He's a flight risk."
     

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