In April 2015, Pinal County (AZ) sheriff’s deputies arrested Genaro Cisneros-Delgado, 26, following a high-speed chase through the county, with speeds reaching more than 100 mph, according to court documents.
The Mexican national not only posed a serious hazard to the deputies chasing him, but to many others as well, according to KVOA.
“Authorities say Cisneros-Delgado crashed through a locked gate outside a Sun Lakes retirement community before stopping the vehicle and fleeing with three passengers.
“Sheriff’s officials say Cisneros-Delgado and the other three are in the country illegally and he was smuggling them into the U.S. Cisneros-Delgado was jailed and the other three have been turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol for processing.”
While it may be rather shocking that one person could accumulate 20 deportations, Cisneros-Delgado is just one of many who has continued to make their way illegally into this country after being deported.
-On March 13, 2017, Daniel Gonzalez-Limas, 50, was taken into custody by Border Patrol agents near Hidalgo, Texas. The Mexican national had been formally deported only 10 days earlier, according to CBS 4 News.
Gonzalez-Limas has already been deported nine times.
-In February 2017, Texas state troopers charged Obed Vasquez, 26, with drunk driving and drug possession, to which he subsequently pleaded guilty. A records check revealed that Vasquez had been deported to Mexico for the sixth time in June 2016.
Vasquez crossed into this country illegally again “about three months later,” reported CBS 4 News.
-In December 2016, Tomas Martinez-Maldonado, 38, was charged with raping a 13-year-old girl on a Greyhound bus traveling through Kansas.
Since 2003, the Mexican national had been formally deported 10 times and was voluntarily removed another nine times, according to The Chicago Tribune.
-In September 2015, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents transferred Amir Perez Hernandez, 33, to Mexican law enforcement officials, which constituted the ninth deportation over a 10-year period for the alleged human smuggler, according to The El Paso Times.
-In May 2011, Ricardo Elvin Martinez, 47, was sentenced to seven years in a federal prison, after he pleaded guilty to illegally re-entering the United States. He was arrested in September 2010 when a U.S. Customs agent discovered him sleeping in a shipping container at Norfolk International Terminals in Virginia.
The Mexican national had already been deported five times, with his last removal in coming August 2009. Over a period of several years, he was convicted of 24 criminal charges, including robbery, larceny and cocaine distribution, reported The Virginian-Pilot.
“Each time he turned right back around and unlawfully reentered the country, once within a matter of days. Seemingly, his only purpose here has been to violate our laws and terrorize our citizens,” stated the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
-On the evening of May 16, 2010, an Edmonds (WA) police officer responding to a woman’s cries for help, caught Mexican national Jose Lopez Madrigal, 46, on top of the woman, raping her. Madrigal had forced the woman into the bushes behind a Safeway.
According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal approached the woman, offering her $35 for sex. When she said no, the illegal alien dragged her behind the store and raped her.
The 28-year-old rape victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Madrigal reportedly told police: “Sometimes we have control in our brains, but we make mistakes.”
Because the illegal alien has a total of 35 different aliases, police had to rely on fingerprint records to identify Madrigal.
Madrigal has a lengthy criminal record in this country, dating back to 1989, when he was convicted of theft with a firearm in California. After that, he was deported twice, before his next arrest on this side of the border.
In 1999, he was arrested for drug distribution in San Diego and San Francisco.
He was deported three times that year alone, between April and August.
In 2000, Madrigal was arrested again for drug distribution in Stockton, Ca.
In 2002, he pleaded guilty to sexual assault in Denver, and deported again.
In 2003, he was deported three more times.
-In November 2009, in a Pittsburgh courtroom, U.S. District Judge David Cercone sentenced Uziel Jesus Lopez-Jiminez, 28, to probation, after his 10th illegal crossing into the United States.
U.S. Attorney Robert Cessar confirmed that between 1998 and 2007, Lopez-Jiminez, 28, had been deported back to Mexico nine times.
His last arrest and deportation came as a result of a DUI conviction in Beaver County, PA.
The Mexican national has committed at least nine felonies in this country.
This case, which is an indictment of our rather laughable border security, came to this reporter’s attention only a few days after then-Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told a crowd gathered at the Center for American Progress: “I’ve been dealing hands-on with immigration issues since 1993, so trust me: I know a major shift when I see one, and what I have seen makes reform far more attainable this time around.”
-In August 2010, Mexican national, Victor Manuel Gonzalez Martinez, 28, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh for criminally violating federal immigration law, and deported for the ninth time.
“Gonzalez‑Martinez, an alien from Mexico, was removed from the United States on May, 19, 2004, May 23, 2004, May 25, 2004, Nov. 13, 2005, Sept. 26, 2006, Oct. 26, 2006, Oct. 31, 2006 and Dec. 29, 2006, and then reentered the United States and was found in Greene County on or about June 29, 2010, without having applied for and received permission from the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security,” stated a Department of Justice press release.
The illegal alien was actually deported three times over a six-day period in May 2004.
–“United States is stupid…I come back every time.”
Those words were spoken by Mexican national Rolando Mota-Campos to an immigration agent after his 11th arrest in the United States. Incredibly, Mota-Campos had already been deported three times and vowed to return again after completing his prison term after yet another undeniably meaningless deportation to Mexico.
In May 2009, U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr. said: “The defendant has expressly stated that he has no respect for the United States and that once deported he will re-enter again and come back to Newport News where his history of alcohol abuse will further endanger the residents of this district.”
Judge Morgan sentenced Mota-Campos to 14 1/2 years in prison.
Mota-Campos whose face is adorned with a teardrop tattoo, threatened to behead a woman who was protecting his wife and child from his brutality.
While 43-year-old Rolando Mota-Campos‘ personal reign of terror is apparently over, at least for a few years, it is beyond sickening why this illegal alien with ties to the Mexican Mafia was able to disregard our border as well as the lives of innocent Americans for 19 years. He first entered this country illegally in 1988.
Mota-Campo’s long criminal history in this country is as follows:
1993…assault (2), DUI
1995…DUI, vehicular assault
1997…maiming, drunk in public
2004…DUI, domestic violence (beating his wife and son)
2005…threatening to kill
The day after Mota-Campos was arrested with his 2004 DUI, he brutally attacked his wife and son. Fearing for her life, his wife then took their child and went into hiding. A few months later, he threatened to cut off the head of his wife’s social worker with his machete because she would not tell him the whereabouts of his wife and child. Court documents reveal that Mota-Campos told her that “her sweet little head can come right off.”
Though convicted numerous times on DUI charges, Mota-Campos never served more than a 30-day sentence for that charge. Authorities point to the fact that he has used 16 different names as well as phony identification papers as the reason for the rather light punishment. This, despite his admission in 1993 to an immigration agent that he had killed someone while driving drunk in Mexico City.
Mota-Campos has entered this country illegally through the states of California, Arizona, and Texas.
U.S. federal law (Title 8, Section 1325) provides very specific punishments for those who enter the country illegally.
“Any alien who (1) enters or attempts to enter the United States at any time or place other than as designated by immigration officers, or (2) eludes examination or inspection by immigration officers, or (3) attempts to enter or obtains entry to the United States by a willfully false or misleading representation or the willful concealment of a material fact, shall, for the first commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both, and, for a subsequent commission of any such offense, be fined under title 18, or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.”
However, for habitual offenders, and those with additional criminal histories in this country, the penalty for illegal re-entry can result in a sentence as long as 20 years in prison.