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Deported killer nabbed slipping back into US from Mexico

March 18, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Deported killer nabbed slipping back into US from Mexico

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A deported killer has been apprehended on the Arizona border trying to sneak back into the U.S., according to officials.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials arrested 26-year-old Genaro Galvan-Mora on Wednesday near Nogales, Arizona.

A records examination during processing by Border Patrol agents at the Tucson Sector indicated that Galvan-Mora was found guilty in May 2016 of reckless homicide in Tennessee’s Loudon County. The charge allegedly stemmed from a fatal game of Russian Roulette.

According to Fox News, Galvan-Mora was deported on February 27th after spending nine months in prison, according to the Associated Press. He had been sentenced to 3 years behind bars after pleading guilty.

He was arrested on reckless homicide back in 2014 when he was 23.

Evidence and details surrounding the case indicated that Mora and the victim, 25-year-old Diego Cisneros Fonseca, were playing Russian Roulette by putting one round in a six-shot, .357-magnum revolver.

Detectives suspected that Mora fired the gun by spinning the cylinder and then pressing the gun to the victim’s head and pulling the trigger.

“Alcohol was involved. I don’t know how intoxicated they were, but they were drinking,” Loudon Police Detective Brian Jenkins said. “Anytime you do something that you know or should know possesses a risk of death; it’s considered reckless homicide.”

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