NEW YORK — A twice-removed Mexican inhabitant with a rapist story in the United States was arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deportation officers.
Angelo Cruz-Salazar, 31, a citizen and inhabitant of Mexico, was convicted in 2011, of endangering the gratification of a child under the age of 17, and condemned to 9 months imprisonment. On Mar 1, 2012, a sovereign immigration judge systematic Cruz-Salazar private from the country, and he was subsequently private Mar 13, 2012. In Apr 2013, Cruz-Salazar was incarcerated by the U.S. Border Patrol after illegally entering the United States. He was prosecuted and convicted of re-entry after deportation and condemned to 4 months in prison. He was private to Mexico for a second time Aug. 21, 2013.
“ERO deportation officers in New York continue to concentration their targeted coercion actions on criminals. Convicted predators represent one of the top threats against the communities,” pronounced Thomas R. Decker, margin bureau director, ERO New York. “Although this convicted law-breaker found his way back in by the borders, ICE deportation officers located him and he will once again be private from the United States.”
Salazar-Cruz re-entered the United States at an different place, on an different date, following his second removal. He was arrested Sept. 29 in New York, New York, and is now in ICE control tentative dismissal from the United States.