Officials ignore ICE detainer, release Honduran illegal facing slew of charges for sex crimes against child

An illegal alien facing a variety of child sex crime charges was apprehended by federal immigration authorities after being released multiple times in a Virginia sanctuary county.

On Wednesday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced the recent arrest of a 30-year-old Honduran national who is illegally present in the United States.

The Honduran illegally entered the U.S. on an unknown date at an unknown location, ICE explained in a press release.

On July 5, 2023, he was arrested by the Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) and charged with felony carnal knowledge of child 13-14 years of age: without force.

The next day, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) lodged an immigration detainer against the Honduran with the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center, but officials ignored the request and released him days later on $10,000 bond.

On February 22, 2024, FCPD arrested the Honduran again and charged him with two more counts of felony carnal knowledge of a child 13-14 years of age: without force, as well as two counts of felony indecent liberties with a child less than 15 years of age.

The Fairfax County Adult Detention Center quickly released the Honduran before ICE could file another detainer.

On April 15, deportation officers from ICE ERO’s Washington D.C. office finally caught up with the suspect at his residence in Bladensburg, Maryland.

He was served with a notice to appear before a Department of Justice immigration judge and taken into ICE custody, where he will remain pending deportation proceedings.

ERO Washington, D.C. arrests Honduran national charged with child sex crimes against Virginia minor.

— ERO Washington (@EROWashington) April 24, 2024

“This Honduran noncitizen stands accused of some very serious crimes and represented a threat to the children of the Washington, D.C. area,” ERO Washington, D.C. Field Office Director Liana Castano said in a statement.

“When local jurisdictions have policies in place which prohibit them from cooperating with ICE ERO and from honoring our lawfully issued detainers and administrative warrants, they put the suspects, law enforcement officers, and most importantly, the members of our local communities at risk.”

Fairfax County established itself as a de facto sanctuary for illegal aliens in May of 2018 when Sheriff Stacey Kincaid terminated an ‘intergovernmental service agreement’ with ICE.

Authorities continue to catch dangerous foreign criminals illegally present in the U.S.

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