Deported Mexican Woman With Prior Sex Offender Conviction, Arrested Again

US POE Lukeville

Esmeralda Mendez Madrigal

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents from the Ajo Station arrested a 43-year-old Mexican woman Wednesday afternoon near the Lukeville Port of Entry for illegally entering the United States.

During processing at the Ajo Station, agents learned the woman, identified as Esmeralda Mendez Madrigal, is a registered sex offender and was previously removed from the U.S. following a six-year sentence for aggravated kidnapping and unlawful restraint. She was convicted on felony charges in Cook County, Illinois.

Madrigal now faces felony immigration charges for re-entering the U.S.

4 Comments on "Deported Mexican Woman With Prior Sex Offender Conviction, Arrested Again"

  1. Yea, its for a better life right?? Thought so. We get the best and the brightest?

  2. Mike Putfus | June 16, 2017 at 8:34 am |

    I caught a mud catfish that looked better than her, and it was here legally.

    • SilverTones | June 16, 2017 at 9:21 am |

      She has made a living he** for herself and it shows on her face. She may be the victim of abuse as well as abusing others.

  3. Why do the Democrats want to allow illegals and themselves to choose which laws they will comply with and why does our Republican Governor allow the public universities administrators (all Democrats) to end free speech and assembly on campus?

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