The legislation would prevent sanctuary city police offices from releasing dangerous illegal aliens and end the problem of ignored detainers…
NCFIRE President James Johnson asked voters in North Carolina to support HB 370, the “Require Sheriff Cooperation with ICE Act” to “help alleviate this problem somewhat.”
The bill would require Sheriffs in North Carolina to contact U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement when they apprehend illegal aliens and charge them with crimes.
The legislation would prevent police offices in sanctuary cities from releasing dangerous illegal aliens and end the problem of ignored detainers.
The bill passed the North Carolina House of Representatives and awaits hearing in a Senate Committee.
Proper reporting to federal immigration authorities can prevent some criminal illegal aliens from reoffending, such as those documented in NCFIRE’s March report.
Santos Evelio Cruz Velasquez faces 12 criminal charges, including four counts of first degree rape of a child, four counts of indecent liberties with a child, and four counts of felony sex offense.
U.S. Coast guard had to arrest illegal alien Guadalupe Benito Loeza Moguel, 39, on a boat off the Texas coast, The Outer Banks Sentinel reported
Authorities charged Moguel with felony sex offense of a child under 15 years old.
Police arrested Jesus Arias Hernandez on March 22 and charged him with two counts of first degree sexual offense with a victim less than 13 years old and three counts of indecent liberties with children.
A missed warrant from last year found that Roger Rene Castellano Diaz was arrested on Dec. 20, 2018 in Cumberland County and charged with 10 crimes. He faces six counts of indecent liberties with a child, two counts of statutory sex offense with a child, and two counts of first degree kidnapping.