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Immigration and Customs Enforcement deports man wanted for murder in Mexico

April 16, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Immigration and Customs Enforcement deports man wanted for murder in Mexico

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Agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported an undocumented immigrant who was wanted for murder in his native country of Mexico.

On Tuesday, 38-year-old Juan Garica-Rendon was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Arizona after being released from prison where he was completing a 5-month sentence for unlawful reentry into the U.S.

According to an ICE press release, Mexican officials wanted Garcia-Rendon for his purported role in the shooting death of a man in 2009 in the Oaxacan city of Ejutla de Crespo.

On Wednesday, ICE transported Garcia-Rendon into the custody of Mexican authorities at the Nogales DeConcini Port of Entry.

Henry Lucero, the office director for ERO Phoenix, said, “Fugitives who commit crimes in their country should not expect to find refuge in the U.S.”

Garcia-Rendon has been deported multiple times from the U.S. starting back in 2004 and has served various prison sentences for illegal reentry.

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