An illegal alien, whose deportation was suspended under the Obama administration via the DACA program, was finally deported over trafficking illegals into the United States. The Daily Caller reports:
A federal judge ordered the deportation Monday of a Mexican national living in Laredo, Texas, under the DACA program, according to U.S. attorney Ryan K. Patrick.
U.S. District Judge Diana Saldana revoked Jose Yepez-Vega’s status as a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and ordered his deportation, KVEO reports. Prior to the arrest, Yepez-Vega, 22, had lived in Laredo since the age of 16.
Yepez-Vega pleaded guilty to three counts of transporting undocumented aliens within the United States for financial gain, causing risk of serious bodily injury or death and one count of conspiracy to transport immigrants.
The case unfolded on July 28, 2018 when law enforcement agents saw a vehicle exit the highway, avoiding the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint near Laredo, according to KVEO. A high-speed pursuit ensued until the vehicle crashed.
The border crisis is reaching epic proportions, and now compounded by illegals helping other illegals get in the country. The call for a wall will only grow.