Wanted Murderer in Mexico Evades Capture Among 1.6 Million Escapes in U.S. Since Biden’s Inauguration

An illegal alien wanted for murder in Mexico is just one among nearly 1.6 million illegal aliens who are known to have successfully crossed the United States-Mexico border since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021.

This month, 24-year-old illegal alien Juan Pablo Ortiz-Herrera was deported to Mexico and turned over to local authorities for homicide charges.

Ortiz-Herrera was only discovered living in the United States when he was arrested for misdemeanors in Nampa, Idaho, in June.

From there, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents issued a detainer for Ortiz-Herrera with Canyon County officials and he was quickly turned over to them for arrest.

In July, Ortiz-Herrera was ordered deported by a federal immigration judge.

Ortiz-Herrera is known to have successfully crossed the southern border sometime after April of last year, as he had been expelled from the United States four times prior thanks to Title 42 — the border control that has since been ended by the Biden administration.

The illegal alien fugitive is just one of nearly 1.6 million known got-aways who have entered the United States through the border undeterred by Border Patrol, according to the latest figures published by the Center Square.




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