(EDINBURG, Tx.) CBP REPORT: Fort Brown Agents on Friday morning identified a ‘ convicted murdered an d two sex-offenders illegally entering the U.S. they were immediately arrested and revealed previous arrest for murder by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in Florida and sentence of 20yrs in prison #AceNewsDe sk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.15: U.S. Border Patrol agents identified a convicted murderer and two sex offenders after they illegally entered the United States: Friday morning, Fort Brown agents arrested a Mexican national later identified as Fidel Penaloza-Hernandez after he illegally entered the United States. During processing, record checks for Penaloza -Hernandez revealed a previous arrest for murder by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in Florida. A judge subsequently found the man guilty of 1st degree murder and sentenced him to 20 years confinement:

CBP Report: Agents Arrest Three Criminals in the Rio Grande Valley & One who was sentenced to 20yrs in Prison for 1st-Degree-Murder in Florida

Border Patrol processed all the subjects accordingly:

The following morning, Rio Grande City agents working in Roma, Texas, arrested a Mexican national whose record checks revealed a previous arrest in North Carolina: The Wilmington Police Department arrested Lorenzo SOLIS-Ramirez and charged him with sexual battery: A judge sentenced SOLIS-Ramirez to 60 days confinement:

That same day, the Kenedy County Sheriffs’ Office contacted the Corpus Christi station and requested their assistance in identifying a man after they responded to a reported vehicle accident: Upon arrival, agents interviewed a subject later identified as Alicio Daniel IZOTECO-Morales. Agents arrested and transported IZOTECO-Morales after he freely admitted to being in the country illegally. During processing, record checks revealed a previous arrest in North Carolina by the Union County Sheriff’s Office for statutory rape of a child. The man was subsequently found guilty of Indecent Liberties with Child and sentenced to 16-29 months confinement:

The public is encouraged to take a stand against crime in their communities and report suspicious activity at 800-863-9382.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Sept.15: 2020:

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