First reported by TheDailyCaller.com, 18-year-old El Salvadorian national, Mario Granados-Alvarado was previously arrested for driving a stolen car and stealing an AR-15 from a police car. He has been released despite a detainer for deportation having been in place.
A document released by ICE titled “ICE arrests public safety threat after detainer not honored” details the situation explicitly:
“An 18-year-old El Salvadoran national with multiple criminal arrests was taken into custody May 4 by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) after he was released on bond with an active ICE detainer in place. He is currently detained at the Howard County Detention Center in Jessup, Maryland.”
“Mario Granados-Alvarado was released from local custody on May 3 despite immigration officials formally lodging a detainer with the Montgomery County Detention Center a day earlier. Montgomery County, Maryland, is listed as a jurisdiction that has publicly limited cooperation with ICE and frequently ignores legally authorized detainers.”
Local law enforcement, when they do not honor the ICE detainers, are putting the lives of the legal citizens in their communities at risk. They are directly jeopardizing the safety of their community to aid criminal action by non-U.S. nationals.
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