by Dave Gibson
Early Friday morning, police captured the illegal alien who reported gunned down 33-year-old Newman Police Department Corporal Ronil Singh, on Christmas Day. The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office and Kern County Sheriff’s Office, have confirmed the arrest.
The Daily Mail reported:
Congressional district candidate Ted Howze also posted on Twitter to confirm that the fugitive wanted in Singh’s murder was arrested writing: ‘Great News….. The fugitive wanted in connection with murder of Newman, CA Police Officer Ronil Singh has been arrested.’
Corporal Singh was shot to death while making a stop for a suspected DUI, on the still, as yet, unnamed illegal alien.
As for the suspect, he is a member of the notoriously violent, California-based street gang known as the Sureños, according to police.
The gang is affiliated to the prison gang known as the Mexican Mafia, and is responsible for several murders annually, and a lucrative, ongoing human-smuggling operation, across the the U.S./Mexican border.
“This suspect is in our country illegally. He doesn’t belong here,” Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson told reporters.
Additionally, the illegal alien currently has at least five active Facebook pages, sporting different aliases, in which he can be seen with a distinctive skull tattoo, along with the word “Sureños” and brandishing a handgun in several of the photos.
No word yet from Facebook, if any of his activity “violates community standards” policy.
Corporal Ronil Singh immigrated to this country from Fiji and was a seven-year veteran of the Newman Police Department (NPD). Prior to joining the NPD, he was a deputy with the Merced County Sherif’s Office.
Corporal Singh leaves behind a wife and a five-month-old son.