José Herrera, 18, an alleged MS-13 member was found shot dead two days after his release from prison.
(Montgomery County Police Department )
A Maryland county ‘ s refusal to cooperate with the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) have led to an alleged MS-13 gang death two days after he was released from prison.
José Herrera, 18, was initially arrested and indicted in October by the Montgomery County Police Department with fourth degree burglary and trespassing after he was found squatting in an empty house with others believed to be members of the ruthless MS-13 gang, WJLA reported.
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The gang allegedly took the vacant home and made it to a “shelter with graffiti, a built-in bar and a sanctuary for the ‘Sacred of the Dead,'” NBC Washington reported. The house was scheduled to be demolished to pave the way for the Purple Line rail project.
Herrera, a native of Honduras, traveled in the U.S. illegally and had a criminal summons for the October arrest, but a guarantee is issued, after he failed to appear in court.
He was again arrested on Dec. 12 but that is to be released on Dec. 22 after posting a $100 bond. ICE said the alleged member of the gang was released despite a detainer, the agency that is submitted in October.
ICE places detainers” illegal immigrants “who have been arrested on local criminal charges and for whom ICE possesses probable cause to believe that they can be removed from the U.S., so ICE can take custody of the alien, when he or she is released from local custody,” the ICE cream mentioned on the website.
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Two days after his release, on christmas Eve, police said the 18-year-old was shot and killed. Eyewitnesses told the police that she saw two Hispanic males fleeing the scene. The suspects have not been identified or found. The researchers said Herrera was targeted, but a motive is unknown.
Montgomery County has claimed it was not a sanctuary county. However, ICE, they carried out specific examples of the province, not when it comes to the surrender of illegal immigrants, who is accused of a crime.
Sources told WJLA Herrera was vulnerable to a part of a gang, after he was expelled from his high school and the start of his uncle was living. The source described the alleged member of the gang as a “sad beaten puppy” that had “problems with making eye contact.”
The government of Montgomery County does not comment directly on the ICE of the claim.