Montgomery County in Maryland has been the scene of frequent rapes committed by illegal aliens but last week, they indicated that they would start cooperating with ICE after citizens became agitated at the county officials. But, Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales was arrested for sexually molesting an 11-year-old female family member and was later arrested.
He was then released back onto the streets where he could once again be a danger to the little girl. Fortunately, ICE found Hernandez-Morales and placed him under arrest. Hopefully, he will soon be deported so that the good people of Montgomery County can breathe a little easier.
Montgomery County, Maryland, ignored an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer for an accused pedophile who allegedly molested an 11-year-old family member.
The sanctuary county allowed 47-year-old Guatemalan national Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales, who is in the US illegally, to be released on bail on Wednesday, despite being a danger to the young girl, Kevin Lewis of ABC 7 reports.
“A warrant was issued for Hernandez-Morales’s arrest Oct. 29 for allegedly sexually abusing a minor. The Guatemalan national, according to investigators, touched a juvenile family member inappropriately on at least two separate occasions at the victim’s home in Montgomery County in July. He is also accused of attempting to engage the child in sexually explicit conversation, and tried to tell the victim not to discuss the incidents with others,” the Daily Caller reports.
Hernandez-Morales had first been arrested in Virginia, but was extradited to Montgomery County where he was later released.
“The best way to serve public safety is to work together,” ICE acting Field Office Director for Baltimore Frank Madrigal said in a statement provided to the DCNF on Friday. “Montgomery County had indicated they would securely transfer dangerous criminals to our custody rather than release them to the community where they can reoffend. These actions indicate they intend otherwise.”
Fortunately, federal ICE authorities were able to apprehend him on Friday and he is now in custody.