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ICE arrests thrice-deported Mexican man wanted for murder

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A thrice-deported Mexican man wanted for murder in san jose, Calif., was arrested last week in Houston, texas, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced on Monday.

Deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), was arrested three times and was deported a Mexican man wanted for murder in California. (Immigration and Customs Enforcement)

Leopoldo Serrano Vargas was arrested Sept. 11, for illegally re-entering the United States after he was deported, the officials said. He also goes by the names, Leonel Serrano Vargas, and Ricardo Hernandez, and is likely to be between 44 and 46 years old.

He wanted to a term of imprisonment for the alleged murder of Luis Garcia Bucio, in October 2000, in the ICE, he said.

Art Vargas illegally entered the country three times over the course of eight days, at the end of 2006. The authorities deported him back to Mexico on Dec. 12, 14, and 18 years of age, according to ICE.

He was in the country illegally for a fourth time in 2006, and has remained here since that time, the officials said.

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“For nearly two decades, this is a criminal alien is a refugee, has gone to enormous lengths to avoid detection by law enforcement authorities for alleged crimes in California,” said Patrick Contreras, field office director for ICE in Houston, texas.

“Our ICE Fugitive Operations team tracked down and arrested, and Art Vargas, the removal of a potentially dangerous criminal, a stranger to our community, and to make sure that they will be prosecuted for his alleged crimes,” he said.

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Art Vargas, will remain in ICE custody in Texas before they have to, the seeking of criminal prosecution in the usa.

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