By Help Save Maryland, July 16, 2020
Last month Help Save Maryland, a multi-ethnic grassroots organization dedicated to protecting Maryland’s communities from the negative effects of illegal immigration, noted that five MS-13 gangbangers were arrested by the Montgomery County Department of Police on first-degree murder charges. It turns out that these “New Americans” live in Montgomery County in the Wheaton-Silver Spring “CASA of Maryland” zone just the other side of Hyattsville (near the CASA headquarters in Prince George’s county). Four of the five are illegal aliens who were allowed to reside in the area due to County Executive Marc Elrich’s controversial sanctuary policy.
Here are the police file photos of Carlos Andres Orellana, Romeo A. Oxlaj-Lopez, Victor Alfonso Cruz-Orellana, Daniel E. Huezo Landaverde, and Oscar Effrain Zavala-Urrea. (Where do they get these stylish haircuts?)
Guess What? “The Five” have another compadre, Jose Luis Lainez-Martinez, who it seems helped them do their MS-13 gangbanger thing. Lainez (pictured right) is being held without bond.
Here’s more welcome law enforcement news, about MoCo, via a press release from ICE:
“A man charged with sexual abuse of a minor was released from local custody June 23 in Montgomery County, Maryland, instead of being transferred to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody. On Wednesday, ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested Rene Atilio Ramos-Hernandez, 56, at his place of work in Washington, D.C. He is subject to a final order of removal from an immigration judge and will remain in ICE custody until his removal from the U.S.
‘Our fugitive operations team safely carried out this arrest in the community, but this required additional time and resources when he could have safely been transferred to ICE custody within the secure confines of the Montgomery County Detention Center,’ said acting Baltimore Field Office Director Francisco Madrigal.
ERO officers lodged an immigration detainer June 19 with the Montgomery County Detention Center on Ramos-Hernandez following his recent arrest for sexual abuse of a minor. The immigration detainer was not honored, and Ramos-Hernandez was released back into the community June 23. Officers at Montgomery County Detention Center called to notify the ERO Baltimore field office as he was being released, but refused to hold Ramos-Hernandez until ERO officers could travel to the facility.
Ramos-Hernandez entered the U.S. illegally in 2000 near Douglas, Arizona. He was arrested by U.S. Border Patrol and transferred to ICE custody Sept. 26, 2000. An immigration judge granted him bond, and ICE released him from custody on Oct. 17, 2000. Ramos-Hernandez has convictions for driving while intoxicated and driving on a suspended license in Fairfax County, Virginia, and for driving while intoxicated in Montgomery County, Maryland. On Dec. 19, 2017, Ramos-Hernandez failed to appear for immigration proceedings, and an immigration judge ordered his removal in absentia.”