7 Illegal Aliens Arrested for Trying to help Cop Killer Flee the Country


Police in California have arrested 7 family members and friends of accused cop killer, Gustavo Perez Arriaga, have been arrested for aiding and abetting a known fugitive.

Arriaga tried to cross into Mexico to evade murder charges. He is accused of killing Police Officer Ronil Singh, during a traffic stop for suspected DUI. Singh was a legal alien from Fiji, who dreamed of being an American and a police officer, and he made both dreams come true, and we were lucky to have him.

He spent his last day before the shooting, celebrating Christmas with his wife and child and now an illegal alien has taken him away from them. Chuck and Nancy….not protecting American lives is immoral.

From Breitbart News

According to federal documents, Arriaga had allegedly quickly paid a human smuggler — the same one that helped his family members enter the U.S. illegally years before — about $400 in a wire transfer to cross him back from California to Mexico to evade arrest and charges for Singh’s murder.

Seven of Arriaga’s friends and family members were arrested and charged by authorities for allegedly helping him try to evade arrest and escape from the country. All of the seven individuals are illegal aliens and they include:

  • Arriaga’s brother, 34-year-old Conrado Virgen Arriaga
  • Arriaga’s brother, 25-year-old Adrian Virgen
  • Arriaga’s girlfriend, 30-year-old Ana Leyde Cervantes
  • Arriaga’s co-worker, 35-year-old Erik Razo Quiroz
  • Arriaga’s family member, 59-year-old Bernabe Madrigal Castaneda
  • Arriaga’s family member, 57-year-old Maria Luisa Moreno
  • Arriaga’s co-worker, 36-year-old Erasmo Villegas

The affidavit of the alleged murder and attempted escape detailed a family affair where Arriaga’s pickup truck — which police found with a bullet hole — had been covered up in a family member’s garage with plywood allegedly by his brother, Conrado Virgen Arriaga, and co-worker, Erik Razo Quiroz.

But, since California is a sanctuary state, and the crime was a state crime, it’s an even money bet that none of the seven will be deported for their crimes.

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