Arrested at Arizona Border in April: 2 Illegals With Homicide Convictions, 13 With Sex Crime Convictions

By CNSNews.com Staff | May 26, 2021 | 4:47pm EDT
(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

(CNSNews.com) - The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona charged 214 individuals in April with “illegal reentry” to the United States. These included 190 people who had already been convicted of non-immigration crimes inside the United States.

These included 46 illegal aliens who had violent crime convictions, according to the Office of the U.S. Attorney.

Two of these individuals had been convicted of homicide, 41 had been convicted of Driving Under the Influence, and 103 had been convicted of drug crimes. There were also 13 who had been convicted of sex offenses and 18 who had been convicted of domestic violence crimes.

Here is the text of the release summarizing the arrests that was put out by the Office of the U.S. Attorney for Arizona:

United States Attorney's Office District of Arizona April 2021 Immigration and Border Crimes Report

I.  Illegal Reentry After Deportation (8 U.S.C. 1326)

214 individuals were charged in April with illegal reentry

A.  190 of those 214 individuals had previously been convicted of non-immigration criminal offenses in the U.S.

Of the 190 individuals with non-immigration criminal records:

1.  46 had violent crime convictions, including:

2 individuals had homicide convictions
13 individuals had sex offense convictions
18 individuals had domestic violence convictions

2.  11 had property crime convictions

3.  41 had DUI convictions

4.  103 had drug crime convictions

B.  106 of those 214 individuals had been deported three or more times

II.  Alien Smuggling (8 U.S.C. 1324)

         52 individuals were charged in April with alien smuggling

III.  Illegal Entry (Criminal Consequence Initiative) (8 U.S.C. 1325)

          0 individuals were charged in April with illegal entry on the CCI calendar

Criminal conviction information is based on preliminary criminal history reports provided by the arresting agency.

These numbers represent United States Attorney's Office prosecutions only. These numbers do not include individuals apprehended by immigration enforcement officials and subjected solely to administrative process.

*The Department of Homeland Security instituted a policy in March 2020 of expeditiously returning aliens who illegally enter the United States rather than detaining them. The decreased number of individuals presented to this Office for prosecution coincides with the implementation of that policy and other COVID-19 related border restrictions.

RELEASE NUMBER:    2021-034_April Immigration and Border Crimes Report

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