Three migrants have been arrested and charged with burglary and conspiracy in New York after being caught and released at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A fourth person, a U.S. citizen who had been previously released on cashless bail, was also charged in connection to the crime spree.
Coming to America for work, legal or criminal, is not a valid reason to get asylum.
However, it seems most of the migrants pouring over our borders are young men looking to work, not escaping persecution.
They have admitted it on camera numerous times.
Brayan Alexis Ortiz-Ramos, 20, Daniel Esteban Jimenez-Carrillo, 30, Gersson Jhoan Hernandez-Gomez, 33, were all born and raised in Colombia and were caught and released at the border under Democrat President Joe Biden’s immigration policies.
Justin Mora-Soto, 20, was born in the U.S. but went to live in Colombia at age 2.
All were charged with burglary and conspiracy.
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman called out the Biden administration: “Local law enforcement did their job.
“The federal government, their law enforcement did their job.
“And what we have here is a complete failure of leadership in Washington.
“These individuals should never have been allowed to make their way into the United States.
“They were caught at the border, and rather than be detained, they were let go so that they could wreak havoc on communities across the United States.
“And as we’re seeing now with these undocumented aliens that are here in the country illegally, there is now a crime wave across America.
“This is no longer a Texas problem.
“This is no longer a California problem.
“This is no longer an Arizona problem.
“This is an American problem.
“We want to let everyone know that in Nassau County, that will not be tolerated.
“We will track you down, we will bring you to justice.
“But unless our elected officials in Washington get the message and understand that this open border policy is a disaster unless our state officials understand that the cashless bail laws are a disaster, our communities are going to be less safe.
“Criminals are going to have more rights than victims, and that’s a disgrace, it’s a failure of leadership on all levels.”
The four suspects are members of a South American theft group.
They are believed to be connected to between 20 and 30 home burglaries in Hicksville, Bethpage, Levittown, and New Hyde Park, Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said.
“That gun that they stole, they wrapped it in a plastic bag and placed it with the bullets across the street from the house – that any child or any kid could have picked that gun up and shot somebody with it,” Ryder said.
“The recklessness of this group, besides the damage they did to the communities hear in Nassau County targeting our Indian community out of Hicksville, we’re hoping that they’re going for arraignment today, and we’re hoping that they’re going to be held.
“The DA’s office is going to be asking for bail, and we notified immigration.”
According to Fox News:
Over the past several months, Ortiz-Ramos, Jimenez-Carrillo, and Hernandez-Gomez were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol in Arizona, California, and Texas, respectively, and later released from custody.
They were assigned to removal proceedings but only Ortiz-Ramos had been scheduled to return for an immigration court date on July 6, 2023.
The others’ cases remained pending.