SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Guatemalan man, wanted by law coercion authorities in his home country for killing a store owner, was private Thursday by deportation officers.
Jose Manuel Ohajacao-Ramos, was eliminated Nov. 9 to the control of Guatemalan law coercion officials by ERO officers in Guatemala City, Guatemala. According to Guatemalan authorities, Ohajacao-Ramos is accused of fatally sharpened a store owners in his store in Jun 1997. Guatemalan law lists the charge as an assassination.
Ohajacao-Ramos legally entered the United States in 1998 as a caller and overstayed his proxy visa by some-more than 18 years. He was arrested at his home in Neosho, Missouri, in May 2017. In September, a sovereign immigration judge systematic him private to his home country. Ohajacao-Ramos remained in ICE control given his May arrest.
“Removing unfamiliar fugitives trying to shun law coercion in their home countries is an ICE top priority,” pronounced Ricardo Wong, margin bureau executive for ERO Chicago. “The team-work between the U.S. and the Guatemalan counterparts resulted in returning this man who is a hazard to open safety.”
Since Oct. 1, 2009, ERO has private some-more than 1,700 unfamiliar fugitives from the United States who were sought in their local countries for critical crimes, including kidnapping, rape and murder. In mercantile year 2016, ICE conducted 240,255 removals nationwide. Ninety-two percent of people private from the interior of the United States had formerly been convicted of a rapist offense.