Suspect In Infant’s Death And Mother’s Assault Was Deported During Trump Era, ICE Says

The illegal immigrant charged in connection with the death of a three-month-old baby and the alleged strangulation of the child’s mother in Texas had been previously deported under former President Donald Trump’s administration, according to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official. Melvin Jesus Aquino Enriquez, 26, from Mexico, was arrested on April 17 for causing serious injuries to the infant who died four days later.

ICE agents first encountered Enriquez in March 2020 after his arrest for criminal trespassing in Harris County, Texas. He was handed over to ICE on April 28, 2020, and a federal immigration judge ordered his deportation in September 2020, at which point he was returned to Mexico.

However, Enriquez illegally re-entered the U.S. sometime after his deportation and settled in Montgomery County, Texas, where the alleged crimes took place. He is currently being held in Montgomery County Jail on a $750,000 bond with an ICE detainer in place.

The case underscores the importance of strong border security measures and consistent immigration enforcement to prevent dangerous individuals from repeatedly entering the country illegally, even after being deported.

As the Biden administration continues to betray the nation by allowing for the ongoing invasion by foreign nationals, there can be no question that the blood of young children, like the one killed by Enriquez, is on the hands of the Biden administration.

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