For as long as Donald Trump is in the White house, the men who guard our borders can still do their jobs. Here are some reports from the field.
Wednesday in Texas, Customs and Border Patrol arrested:
Lucas Morales-Perez, a Guatemalan . . . [who had been] was arrested by the Woodburn Police Department in 2017 for sexual assault. In 2018, the Marion County Circuit Court convicted Morales-Perez of three counts of 3rd Degree Rape and sentenced him to 120 days confinement and 60 months probation.
[A]gents . . . encountered a citizen of El Salvador [and illegal immigrant] . . . Records checks revealed that the 40 year old man, identified as Mario Salvador Mendoza-Rodriguez, was convicted of Lewd or Lascivious Act with a Child under 14 Years of Age in 2013. Mendoza-Rodriguez was sentenced to 72 months imprisonment.
Border Patrol agents received information from an off-duty warden with the Maine Warden Service regarding two suspicious subjects near a remote forested area . . . . Records checks through law enforcement databases and the National Crime Information Center confirmed the 21-year-old man as a convicted violent sex offender and fugitive from Virginia, with an extraditable warrant for failing to register as a sex offender. The woman had an active alert out of Virginia as a missing and endangered person.
U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Sector arrested an illegal alien . . . . Records checks revealed that the man, a 41-year-old illegal alien from Mexico, has an active warrant for “Lewdness with a Child Under 14” and “Sexual Assault with a Child Under 14” out of Nye County, Nevada.
Additionally, the man was ordered removed from the United States by an immigration judge on March 18, 2004.