Venezuelan migrant is charged with sexually assaulting a child in Virginia – just six


Deputies in Campbell County, Virginia said they arrested an illegal migrant in connection with the sexual assault of a minor.

Last week, the sheriff’s office arrested Renzo Mendoza Montes, a 32-year-old man, on a pair of felony charges that relate to the sexual assault of an underage individual.

The deputies say Montes is a Venezuelan citizen who has been in the country illegally since September 3 of last year when he crossed the southern border into El Paso, Texas.

He was detained and released by US Customs and Border Patrol and sent on his way.

It was first reported that Montes was being held without bond, but he is now believed to be in ICE custody. 

Few other details are currently available about the sexual assault he allegedly committed, but his arrest is the latest in a string of violent crimes against US citizens by illegal immigrants. 

Last week, the Campbell County sheriff's office arrested Renzo Mendoza Montes, a 32-year-old man, on a pair of felony charges that relate to the sexual assault of an underage individual

Last week, the Campbell County sheriff’s office arrested Renzo Mendoza Montes, a 32-year-old man, on a pair of felony charges that relate to the sexual assault of an underage individual

Mendoza is the most recent case of an illegal migrant being arrested following the heinous assault of a US citizen

Mendoza is the most recent case of an illegal migrant being arrested following the heinous assault of a US citizen

Another illegal immigrant from Venezuela, 26-year-old Jose Antonio Ibarra, was arrested for the murder of 22-year-old UGA nursing student Laken Riley, who was found in a forested area last Thursday afternoon.

Ibarra was charged with felony murder, false imprisonment, kidnapping and concealing the death of another and was denied bond on Saturday morning.

But the grievous murder is not his first run-in with the law while in the US illegally.

Just five months ago, Ibarra was arrested and charged ‘with acting in a manner to injure a child less than 17 and a motor vehicle license violation,’ according to ICE.

The NYPD released him ‘before a detainer could be issued,’ the agency said. 

New York City is also a ‘sanctuary city,’ which usually restricts law enforcement from complying with ICE detainers.

The slew of violent crime highlights the massive immigration problem currently facing the Biden administration ahead of thee 2024 election.

Last fiscal year, the Biden presidency saw the single highest number of encounters at the border on record.

At least 2.4million migrants streamed across the US’ southern border in fiscal 2023, and that figure just represents the encounters border patrol agents had – there are plenty of illegal crossers who did not come into contact with DHS officers.

That 2.4million figure breaks down to an average of about 6,575 encounters per day, some of whom, inevitably, go on to commit violent crime.

Another illegal immigrant from Venezuela, 26-year-old Jose Antonio Ibarra, was arrested for the murder of 22-year-old UGA nursing student Laken Riley, who was found in a forested area last Thursday afternoon

Another illegal immigrant from Venezuela, 26-year-old Jose Antonio Ibarra, was arrested for the murder of 22-year-old UGA nursing student Laken Riley, who was found in a forested area last Thursday afternoon 

UGA murder victim was killed by 'blunt force trauma' police investigating her death said

 UGA murder victim was killed by ‘blunt force trauma’ police investigating her death said

Border Patrol monitor an outdoor processing center in Eagle Pass, Texas, U.S., December 20, 2023

Border Patrol monitor an outdoor processing center in Eagle Pass, Texas, U.S., December 20, 2023

Migrants after being processed in El Paso, Texas are loaded on to buses and shipped off to Denver, Colorado

Migrants after being processed in El Paso, Texas are loaded on to buses and shipped off to Denver, Colorado

A U.S. Border Patrol agent shouts at immigrants who had cut into a long line of people awaiting transport from the U.S.-Mexico border on December 06, 2023

A U.S. Border Patrol agent shouts at immigrants who had cut into a long line of people awaiting transport from the U.S.-Mexico border on December 06, 2023

Liberal cities like New York and Chicago, where hundreds of thousands of migrants have been bused in from border states – an effort led by Texas Governor Greg Abbott – are increasing their pressure on the Biden administration to fork over emergency aid.

Several Democratic mayors are now asking for $5billion in aid, a significantly higher number than the $1.5billion the White House requested from Congress.

Capitol Hill lawmakers have spent the last many months unsuccessfully fighting amongst themselves over some sort of border policy that would stem the flow of illegal migrants into the country.

In December, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who was recently impeached by a slim margin in the Republican-led House, defended his efforts at the border: ‘We do have asylum laws. We do have refugee laws. We abide by our international obligations that are longstanding.’

Referring to the legislation efforts of Congress, he said: ‘Some of the proposals are reasonable and worthy of discussion. Others are, frankly, not.’ 



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