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Border Agents Nail Murder Suspect in New Mexico, Catch Sex Fiend, Smugglers. ICE Deports Rape Suspect

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The border patrol collared an illegal alien from El Salvador on Friday who is wanted for murder in Fairfax County, Virginia, and four days ago, agents arrested another border-jumping sex criminal and stopped three smuggling attempts.

Meanwhile, the struggle to deport illegal-alien criminals who slip past the border patrol continues.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported a Peruvian rape suspect to face justice where he belongs, while a federal court in Denver sentenced an eight-time deportee to 12 months in the slammer for felony re-entry.

“Annandale Man,” a Sex Fiend, and Smugglers
The first case involves what the newspapers called an “Annandale man” who is not, of course, from Annandale, Virginia, and had never heard of it until he slipped over the border and ensconced himself in the once all-American community outside Washington, D.C.

Border agents nailed Abel Alexander Castro Juarez, a 20-year-old Salvadoran illegal who had gone on the lam in New Mexico, Customs and Border Protection reported.

At 10 p.m. on July 31, agents at a checkpoint on Interstate 25 just north of Las Cruces caught the illegal alien on a transit bus when they conducted a routine immigration inspection. Las Cruces is about 50 miles north of El Paso, Texas, a city just across the border from Ciudad Juarez.



Agents found the murder suspect hiding in the restroom, and quickly learned he was the subject of a warrant issued on July 24 in Fairfax County. Border agents turned him over to New Mexico State police.

On July 27, the Washington Post reported that cops had charged him with second-degree murder and using a gun to commit a felony in the shooting death of another “Annandale man,” 20-year-old Jose Alexander Villa Lobo Guevara.

The Post reported that Juarez fled in a blue 2003 Honda Accord. CBP did not explain why he was on the bus.

The day before, CBP reported, agents near Brownsville, Texas, collared a sex criminal who had jumped the border with a group of illegals.

Maria Guadalupe Peinado-Sanchez, a Mexican, had landed a 10-year sentence in Foley, Alabama, reduced to three years probation, for aiding and abetting the sexual abuse of a child.

Other agents continued uncovering human smuggling attempts.

Also on Thursday, agents in McAllen searched a home to find two Korean women hiding under the protection of the homeowner, also an illegal. Agents at the Javier Vega Jr. checkpoint near in Sarita, Texas, apprehended three illegals packed into the trunk of a blue Honda Accord, and agents in Brownsville arrested another five that night.

Eight-time Deportee, Peruvian Rape Suspect
In Denver, Colorado, far away from the border where most illegals are caught, lived one Noel Quintana-Carbajal, who, if nothing else, is a tenacious man. Carbajal, ICE reported, is an eight-time deportee with six convictions for felony re-entry.

The 47-year-old Mexican illegal inked a plea agreement with federal authorities and will serve 12 months and one day in federal prison, then be deported.

“The plea agreement stated Quintana-Carbajal is a native and citizen of Mexico without a claim to lawful immigration to the United States,” ICE reported. “He has been removed from the United States eight times, with his most recent removal taking place May 12, 2015. The defendant did not seek or obtain permission to return lawfully to the United States. Nonetheless, he returned.”

ICE caught the Mexican while he was in custody in Burlington on charges for another crime.

In Evanston, Wyoming, ICE agents nailed a Peruvian rape suspect a year ago and finally sent him back home where he belongs.

Agents bagged David Alava-Valdivia, 66, “near his home” on August 29, 2019. He entered the country legally on May 28, 2015, and, like many illegals, had overstayed a visa, which means he really wasn’t “near his home.”

Agents put the rape suspect on a commercial flight back to his real home 4,000 miles away in Peru.

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R. Cort Kirkwood is a long-time contributor to The New American and a former newspaper editor.

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