ICE Arrests Illegal Alien Child Molester Released By San Francisco Police SIX TIMES

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Officers arrested 271 criminal aliens last week in an enforcement action targeting individuals who pose a threat to public safety and immigration violations. ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers made the arrests across the state of Florida, Puerto Rico and the U. S. Virgin Islands.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement have finally arrested a convicted child molester released from the San Francisco jail system six times, in accordance with the left-wing city’s sanctuary laws. Kristian Jonas Gamez Trejo is a Honduran national who had been convicted of felony sex with a minor in 2016, after being deported from the United States twice, only to return to the country.

ICE issued an immigration detainer for Trejo after his child molestation conviction, only for San Francisco to release him into the community following his conviction. Trejo has gone on to face arrest from San Francisco law enforcement six times, only to avoid being transferred into ICE custody through the city’s sanctuary laws.

ICE finally nabbed the deviant in April. Trejo had become one of the agency’s most wanted illegal alien fugitives in the country, escaping immigration law enforcement with the cooperation of San Francisco’s left-wing municipal authorities.

In a statement, ICE San Francisco Field Office Director David Jennings slammed the city for its feckless sanctuary policies, opting to release a convicted child molester from custody six times as opposed to handing Trejo over to the agency for deportation proceedings.

Once again, I am waiting for San Francisco officials to tell me how not turning over Mr. Gamez made our community safer. San Franciscans deserve better. There is no reason this convicted child predator should have been turned loose into our community. Even California’s misguided SB54 sanctuary policy allows local authorities to turn over to ICE any criminal aliens convicted of felony crimes of sexual exploitation or crimes endangering children.

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