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Illegal alien twice cut loose from sanctuary county jail now accused of killing a 2-year-old Maryland boy

An illegal alien from El Salvador has been arrested and charged with murder in connection with the Feb. 8 killing of 2-year-old Maryland boy Jeremy Pou-Caceres and the severe injury of the boy’s mother. Ta.

Before he allegedly killed the child, Nilson Granados-Trejo, a Salvadoran national, was arrested twice at a nearby sanctuary, despite outstanding removal orders and requests for detention from immigration authorities. He was released once.

Illegal imported turf war

according to Detectives working in the 1400 block of Kanawha Street in Langley Park heard the gunshots and tried to locate the source, police said. What detectives eventually found was a dying infant next to his injured mother.

Jeremy Pou-Caceres was taken to the hospital, where he died soon after. His 17-year-old mother was apparently hit in her leg, but she survived the attack and was released from hospital a few days later.

Police said they believe the mother and child were not the intended targets. Witnesses reportedly saw two of the shooting suspects open fire on another group of thugs, attacking Jeremy and her mother during a dispute over drug territory.

The boy’s mother, whose identity has been withheld in some reports because she is a teenage victim and a witness, said she was pushing her son in a stroller on Kanawha Street when two groups of thugs began shooting. claimed to have been.
report WRC TV.

“I grabbed him and tried to save him. That was all I could think about,” said the bereaved mother.

suspects

PGPD initially identified four suspects.
include A 15-year-old male from Takoma Park and a 16-year-old male from Hyattsville were both charged as adults.

Police also arrested Israel Fuentes Jr. and Johnny Alejandro Turcios, 28.

PGPD then arrested Nilson Granados Trejo, 25, an illegal immigrant from El Salvador, on February 23. Granados-Trejo, like the other suspects, is charged with first- and second-degree murder. Police also charged him with two counts of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and attempted murder.

Granados-Trejo is being held at the Department of Corrections without bail.

Investigators were able to track down the suspect
Thanks in part Surveillance video taken at a convenience store in Silver Spring. The video, taken around 9:45 p.m. the day before the shooting, clearly shows a number of men driving around in a previously stolen Ford Explorer that was eventually used as the gunman’s getaway car. Ta.

According to reports, an AK-47-style rifle was found inside the vehicle after the suspects abandoned it.

bloody sanctuary

James Covington, spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Removal in Baltimore, said:
Confirmed He told WTTG-TV that Nilson Granados-Trejo is from El Salvador and is in the country illegally.

In November 2022, a Justice Department immigration judge in Newark, New Jersey reportedly ordered the deportation of a future murder suspect. Obviously it didn’t take.

Granados-Trejo was arrested on March 21, 2023, and charged with theft by Montgomery County Police.

according to To the Immigration Research Center, montgomery county, like Prince George’s County, is a sanctuary for illegal aliens. Reports indicated that ICE had charged Granados-Trejo with immigration detainment, but the Montgomery County Detention Center refused to honor the detainee.

Granados Trejo was released on March 27, 2023.

It wasn’t long before Granados-Trejo found himself once again in MCPD custody. He was arrested on September 26, 2023 on charges of theft, obstruction, and obstruction. ICE again reportedly Although he filed for immigration detainer status, MCDC released him again.

Several months after his release from MCDC on October 12, 2023, Granados-Trejo was taken into PGPD custody on suspicion of child murder.

covington
shown On February 27, ERO Baltimore filed an immigration detainer complaint against Granados-Trejo in the Prince George’s County Detention Center.

preventable trends

In recent years, many Americans have been exposed to violence by illegal immigrants. A number of particularly egregious cases have occurred in recent days and weeks.

The brutally brutalized body of 22-year-old Georgia nursing student Laken Hope Riley was discovered Thursday in a field on campus at the University of Georgia. Blaze News previously reported that the suspect in the young woman’s murder is Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, an illegal immigrant who was smuggled into the country from Venezuela in September 2022.

Ybarra was charged with felony child endangerment in Queens, New York and shoplifting in Georgia, making him eligible for deportation in 2023.
report New York Post.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) blasted President Joe Biden in a letter Saturday, saying, “Since you took office, more than 9 million illegal immigrants have crossed our border, and many more have been detained and processed. There are also an unknown number of immigrants who were not present.” Meanwhile, at least 58 people on the terrorist watch list have been encountered at ports of entry this year alone. ”

“The dangers of this crisis were never theoretical, but this week our state witnessed a devastating tragedy,” Kemp added.

Louisiana authorities announced Tuesday that they have arrested an illegal immigrant from Honduras on suspicion of raping and assaulting a young girl. Angel Matias Castellanos-Orellana was arrested on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, first-degree rape, and aggravated assault.

Kenner Police Chief Keith Conley said in announcing the arrest that “illegal immigrants continue to pose a challenge to local law enforcement for a variety of reasons.” “I’m glad he’s away from our city, but will he come back? Will he have a new identity? What other crimes has he committed since he crossed the border? Did you do that?”

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