Border Patrol agents along the southwest border with Mexico arrested a child rapist, child sex offenders, and other criminal aliens after they illegally re-entered the U.S. Agents also arrested multiple dangerous gang members.
Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent John R. Modlin tweeted a report about the arrest of a previously deported child rapist. Agents assigned to the Brian A. Terry Border Patrol Station arrested Cosmen Huesca-Cruz, a Mexican national, after he illegally re-entered the United States near Naco, Arizona.
In Texas, Laredo Sector agents arrested three gang members and a convicted sex offender after they illegally re-entered the U.S. from Mexico.
Hebbronville Station agents apprehended a Guatemalan migrant on July 30 who had illegally made his way into an interior country. The agents identified the man as Hermelindo Vicente-Careto, 34. During a biometric background investigation, agents found a felony conviction from a Doraville, Georgia, court for felony child molestation, CBP officials reported. The migrant also had an outstanding warrant for a probation violation.
Later that day, Laredo South Station agents arrested two migrants — both Mexican nationals. The agents identified the two men as Ramon Gomez-Perales and Juan Martin Lopez-Jimenez. Records show that both have multiple arrests and felony convictions. The agents also report that the two men are members of the Paisa gang.