Border Patrol apprehends MS-13 gang members & convicted sex offenders   

ms13Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents made 12 significant arrests between Jan. 29 and Feb. 24 involving MS-13 gang members and illegal immigrants convicted of sex crimes.

Agents from the Ajo, Casa Grande and Tucson stations arrested one Mexican and two El Salvadorian nationals affiliated with the notoriously violent Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) street gang; two of whom are previously deported felons.

Douglas and Brian A. Terry agents arrested several male Mexican nationals with extensive criminal records including convictions for sexual abuse, battery with serious injury, domestic violence and child abuse. Each individual received a sentence of between 30 days to five years of incarceration.

Agents from Casa Grande, Ajo, Tucson and Nogales arrested five Mexican nationals identified as convicted sex offenders. Record checks revealed that these subjects were charged with unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, indecency and/or lewd acts or sex with a child under 14 years of age.

Agents processed all subjects for prosecution and/or removal proceedings in accordance with Tucson Sector guidelines.

5 Comments

  1. Our B.P. agent’s should be directed to treat these criminal, illegal, alien, terrorist, combatant, invaders in the same manner as you would a rabid skunk, coyote or any other dangerous animal. They are non essential and expendable life forms and like ISIS should be handled in the same manner.

  2. Silly Americans, don’t we know that having sex with girls under 14 is perfectly acceptable in Meheecoo where the legal age is 12. Why should they have to be subject to laws on this side of the border. That’s just not culturally sensitive.

  3. Welcome to Tucson! Hope you have some kids to fill TUSD seats. Be sure you stop by and pay homage to the Grijalva’s.

  4. “…previously deported felons…” the Border Patrol works hard to arrest them, the Obama Administration & Amnesty RINOs work hard to release them. It’s a crazy world.

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