ICE: Kidnap And Murder Victims Found In Alabama Were Seeking Asylum

TALLAPOOSA COUNTY, AL - On July 1, deputies arrested Jose Paulino Pascual-Reyes, 37, at the construction site where he worked in Auburn, only hours after his reported 12-year-old kidnapping and torture victim freed herself and ran for help.


The girl actually gnawed through ropes which Pascual-Reyes reportedly used to tie her to the bed inside the illegal alien’s trailer, according to court documents.


The victim was taken captive on July 24, after her mother and brother were killed by Pascual-Reyes, stated Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett.


The two decomposing bodies discovered in the trailer have now been identified as those of 29-year-old Sandra Vazquez Ceja and her 13-year-old son. They had both been dismembered.

Sheriff Abbett of Pascual-Reyes and Ceja’s relationship:

They were boyfriend and girlfriend…They were actually living there all together.

Pascual-Reyes was charged with kidnapping and two counts of capital murder. He is currently being held at the Tallapoosa County Jail on an ICE detainer.

Law Enforcement Today reported:

Pascual-Reyes was in the country illegally at the time of these alleged atrocities, according to police, and he had been previously deported to Mexico in 2014. ICE was also able to confirm that the victims of this violence were originally apprehended in 2017 when they entered the country. They were scheduled for a hearing that has not yet taken place. According to the ICE spokesperson, the woman and her children were classified as “parole pending asylum” at the time of their deaths and the little girl’s kidnapping.

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