Cross Posted from Georgia Crime Watch
Immigration officials believe that four of the five arrested are in the country illegally, and agents placed holds on them.
Misael Perez-Espinoza, 45, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; Rito Amaro, 73, of Dallas, Tx., is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass; Jose Alfredo-Delgado, 32, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; Jose Pedro Alberto, 41, Gainesville, is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities; and, Maurilo Dionisio Cruz, Louisville, Tx., is charged with Gambling and Criminal Trespass and is being held for immigration authorities.
…if they are here illegally, in hurts their chances to take the right steps toward legalization…JoAnn McLean of Goodwill North Georgia says that is what the agency is doing. She says nearly half of the job seekers it helps in one metropolitan Atlanta area, Gwinnett County, are Hispanic.
Agents said Jonathan Aguilar-Orozco was once a leader of a Los Angeles Street gang. He had been convicted last year on an aggravated assault charged in Forsyth County. Aguilar-Orozco has been deported twice before to Mexico and will now be charged for returning to the U.S.
Deputy Tanner charged 45-year-old Justo Alberto Lazano-Schadtler of Mission San Carlos, Mexico with failure to maintain a lane, but he is in jail without bond for trafficking in cocaine.
…two Hispanic males entered the business, one armed with a gun and one with a knife.
…Early in the year, several students reported to administrators that they had noticed three strangers in the cafeteria table without the badges…A subsequent search of their car turned up two knives and a pair of baseball bats, one inscribed with the gang’s logo…
…Willis) recognized that he was being followed and he stopped and got out of his car with a baseball bat, where upon, (Delarosa) exited his car and shot the victim twice.
Report: Ga. Latinos have worse health care than nationally
Latinos have a harder time getting health care in Georgia than in other states, a report by the National Council of La Raza says.
Fair Tax would give us back lost freedoms
Illegal immigrants lose. No longer will they get a free pass when it comes to funding the federal government.
She agreed the 23% rate can be intimidating but work out when you consider you would be keeping 100% of your paycheck. Usrey added, under the Fair Tax, everybody is taxed at the same rate.
“Everyone has been honking, supportive, excited,” said Stephanie Usrey, FairTax coordinator for Hall County and organizer of the rally.
People’s Patriot: A Matter of Deep Conviction
Liberally Conservative: Banning Credit Cards to Illegal Immigrants
Violence Worker: Banning the Term: Illegal Alien
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