ICE Arrests Illegal Aliens Set Free after Attacking Police during Violent NYC Robbery

Four violent illegal aliens have been arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after they were released back onto the streets without bail following a robbery in New York City.

The gang of illegals was arrested by the police for violently attacking NYPD officers during a robbery at an NYC Target store.

However, despite the nature of their crimes, the suspects were released back onto the streets of the “sanctuary city.”

Four of the five illegal aliens who were arrested and then released have now been detained by ICE and likely face deportation, the federal agency revealed.

On Wednesday, ICE picked up Venezuelan citizens Michael Jose Sanchez Mayo, 31, Henry Omar Zambrano Zapata, 19, and Yusneibi Yohana Machado Avila, 23, along with Sebastian Jaramillio Balanta, 22, who is from Colombia.

The ICE arrest comes about a week after the violent criminal gang allegedly raided the Upper East Side store.

“All four unlawfully present noncitizens were arrested without incident due to the violation of their DHS release conditions and are in custody pending removal proceedings,” an ICE spokesperson said in a statement

ICE has also lodged a detainer request for another illegal migrant, Venezuelan Brayan Freites-Macias, 21, who is being held at Rikers Jail.

He was the only member of the five arrested not to be released.

According to a criminal complaint, Freites-Macias shoved one of the officers who was trying to handcuff him.

He then yelled in Spanish at Machado Avila, his female accomplice, to flee the scene.

Machado Avila then placed herself in between Freites-Macias and the police officer before striking the officer in the head with her hand, the complaint reads.

As the struggle spilled out onto the sidewalk in front of the Target, another suspect, who is still at large, threw rocks at responding officers, according to the complaint.

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Thankfully, the rocks didn’t strike the officers.

One officer was hospitalized and treated for “substantial pain” and a sprained wrist.

Five migrants were arrested in total.

A sixth suspect has yet to be apprehended.

Both Machado Avila and Freites-Macias were charged with robbery, assault, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration, criminal possession of stolen property, disorderly conduct, and harassment, the New York Post reports.

Machado Avila was cut loose under supervised release without bail, prosecutors revealed.

This came despite a request from prosecutors that she be held on $10,000 bail.

Prosecutors requested that Freites-Macias be held on $10,000 bail or a $30,000 bond, and Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Jay Wiener ordered him held on $3,000 bail or a $9,000 bond.

The remaining three were charged with robbery and disorderly conduct.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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