JACKSONVILLE, FL - On Thursday, Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, 24, appeared in Duval County Court to face charges in the fatal stabbing of a father of four, earlier this month.
On October 7, police discovered Ulloa walking the streets, covered in blood. Officers literally followed the trail of blood drops to a residence, where they found the victim, 46-year-old Francisco Javier Cuellar, lying dead.
A security camera inside the home “showed the suspect stabbing the victim numerous times and repeatedly hitting him with a chair,” according to a police report.
The Honduran national actually gained illegal entry into the United States by lying to Border Patrol agents in Texas. Ulloa presented himself as an ‘unaccompanied minor,’ and claimed his name was Reynel Alexander Hernandez.
Ulloa claimed to be 17-years-old, was taken to a shelter, given a ‘Notice to Appear’ and released.
How did he get to Florida?
The victim’s daughter, Marycarmen, “said she believed he arrived on a flight that is part of a secret resettling operation by the Biden administration,” reported The New York Post.
The city of Jacksonville is one of the cities to which the Biden administration has been surreptitiously transporting illegal aliens in the dead of night.
Following his arrest, the illegal alien was placed into the Duval Regional Juvenile Detention Center. However, on Oct. 13, ICE officials revealed the murder suspect’s true identity and age to the Jacksonville Police Department, and he was moved to an adult facility.
Ulloa has been charged with second-degree murder, and is currently being held at the Jacksonville County Jail on an ICE hold.