WAKE COUNTY, NC - On June 22, deputies arrested Santos Andre Gonzalez-Garcia, 35, on a charge of indecent liberties with a child.
While the Wake County Sheriff's Office did not announce the age of the young girl who was reportedly assaulted, they did state that the abuse took place "between Jan. 2021 and February 2022."
Gonzalez-Garcia was booked into the Wake County Jail on a $50,000 cash bond.
He was then released from custody on June 24...less than 48 hours after his arrest.
So, how does an illegal alien who was described as a “laborer,” come up with $50,000 in cash so quickly?
While, at this point, it is only speculation, the only people who can come up with that kind of cash in less than two days are usually drug dealers.
And, the state of North Carolina is currently awash in illegal drugs, with multiple Mexican drug cartels operating within the state.
There are currently at least three cartels that have set up shop in the Tarheel State. Those are the Sinaloa Cartel, Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel and the Beltrán Leyva Organization, according to UNC Charlotte criminology professor Matt Phillips.
In April 2021, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) spokesman told WFAE:
Since the Atlanta area has become a primary hub of operation for Mexican drug cartel activity, because of Charlotte's close proximity to Atlanta, Charlotte has been identified as a secondary hub for Mexican cartel activity. Likewise, Charlotte's close proximity to the Piedmont region and elsewhere spawn such cartel related activity.
With an open border, the powerful Mexican drug cartels are taking over our cities and towns, while our elected representatives do nothing to stop them.
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