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A North Carolina sheriff accused by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials on how to ignore an ICE detainer and in the case of an illegal immigrant who was caught this month, and two months after he was released on bond in rape case.
“Due to the release of a previously deported alien, confronted with a serious crime, Mecklenburg County chooses to disclose a serious threat to the safety of the public, on the streets of the Town, where he had the potential to be harmful and for others for almost two months, until his arrest by ICE, the agency’s officials said Friday.
Charlotte police arrested Oscar Pacheco, Leonardo, June 14, at rape, and indecent liberties with a minor charges. Online records show Pacheco, Leonardo was accused of having sexual relations with a child under the age of 13. He was due back in court in October.
‘AN ADMINISTRATIVE ERROR’ BLAMED FOR THE NC PRISON AND THE RELEASE OF THE ILLEGALLY DETAINED ON MURDER CHARGE
ICE has said that it issued a detainer the following day, but it was not to be honored, and the 33-year-old Honduran national, was released on the 16th of June, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office. The immigration enforcement agency, said the travel agency-Leonardo, came to the U.S. illegally after being deported in 2006.
“This arrest is just the latest in an ongoing list of the illegal aliens released by the Mecklenburg County court for the past nine months, despite a number of serious offences that constitute a clear threat to public safety,” ICE said.
ICE has said that the 48-hour detainer, it would have given the agency time to be in the custody of a travel agency-Leonardo, to deport him.
The Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden has defended himself on Friday, at a press conference in which he took no questions from Fox 46 In Charlotte reports it.
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McFadden said Pacheco, Leonardo was released after a $100,000 bond set by a Mecklenburg judge in the rape case.
The sheriff said the ICE cream would have to seek a criminal warrant for the arrest of for-Sale-Leonardo, for illegal re-entry, but it did not work.
“The reasons for the decision have yet to be satisfactorily explained to me, or to the general public,” he said.
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He was held to honor ICE detainers, after the election of the sheriff is one of the last fall.