Name: Julio Cesar Orozco-Gomez
Age: 31 Date of Arrest: 09/20/2022 Date of Release: 09/20/2022
Location: Durham County Charge(s): Failure to Appear on Felony Charge (Conspiracy to Traffic in Methamphetamine), Maintaining Dwelling Place to Distribute Controlled Substance, Trafficking in Marijuana (100 pounds)
Orozco-Gomez was booked into the Durham County Jail on September 20 at 1:16 a.m., and released on $100,000 bond at 9:50 p.m., later that day.
Of course, this was not the first time this illegal alien has been the beneficiary of one of North Carolina's 'sanctuary sheriffs' generous policies toward drug traffickers...
On May 17, 2022, Orozco-Gomez was arrested and booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on two felony counts of trafficking in methamphetamine and conspiracy to traffic in methamphetamine. He was released on $60,000 bond the very next day.
In fact, despite the serious nature of the charges against him and his illegal status in this country, Orozco-Gomez has spent less than a total of 48 hours in jail after being arrested for trafficking in large amounts of drugs in two separate counties.
Who are these two "sheriffs?"
-Durham County Sheriff Clarence F. Birkhead...On December 7, 2018, Sheriff Birkhead announced that he would no longer allow his deputies to hold inmates with ICE detainers in the county jail, in order for ICE agents to pick them up for possible deportation. Instead, they have been instructed to release illegal aliens back onto the streets, as soon as they make bail, regardless of the charges.
In February 2019, Sheriff Birkhead issued a rather self-serving press release, explaining his decision to stop honoring ICE detainers.
-Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden... taking office, Sheriff McFadden has made it official policy, not to cooperate with U.S. immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), by not allowing MCSO deputies to inquire into any suspect's immigration status, nor will the sheriff honor ICE detainers.
So, accused rapists, child molesters, car thieves, drunk drivers, etc., in this country illegally are being released back onto the streets of Mecklenburg County, if they make bail. Sheriff McFadden refuses to release any information on the number of illegal aliens who actually show up for their court dates after being released, but the number is said to be less than 10 percent, according to court insiders.
Of course, the more serious the nature of the charge, the less likely prosecutors are to ever see the suspect again, at least until he or she commits another crime.
McFadden has even released at least one illegal alien homicide suspect.
Obviously, anyone who can come up with these amounts of bail in a matter of a few hours, is likely to be well-connected with one of the multiple Mexican drug cartels now operating in North Carolina.
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