Skip to comments.Illegal immigrant in murder case had prior arrest
Posted on 09/28/2011 7:37:04 AM PDT by moonshinner_09
Scituate police arrested an illegal immigrant from Brazil for motor-vehicle violations three months before he allegedly stabbed his former girlfriend to death in a brutal attack this week, reigniting debate over whether Massachusetts should participate in the federal Secure Communities program.
Police arrested Marcelo Almeida, a 41-year-old laborer, on June 19 on charges of operating without a license and other charges after the black Nissan Maxima he was driving almost collided head on with a police car, according to documents from Hingham District Court. He was later found guilty of unlicensed driving and responsible for other charges. Almeida paid a fine and was released.
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The judge involved in his earlier release should be charged as an accessory.
Illegal aliens have been involved in several recent high-profile cases:
- Marcelo Almeida, a Brazilian man, was arrested Monday after a 24-year-old woman was stabbed to death in Marshfield.
- Cops arrested five-time drunken driver Eduardo Alementa Torres on a sixth OUI charge Saturday. Torres was living in Marlboro after a previous deportation.
- Ecuador native Nicholas Guaman is charged with vehicular homicide while under the influence of alcohol in the August death of Matthew J. Denice, 23, of Milford. Guaman allegedly hit Denice with a car and dragged him a quarter-mile, according to police.
- The bodies of a young mother and her 2-year-old son were found in a Dumpster in February, allegedly killed by housemate Luis Guaman, a native of Ecuador living illegally in Brockton, cops said. Guaman fled to Ecuador shortly after the crime.
And Deval Patrick should be charged as an accessory for mandating that illegal aliens get multiple chances to kill, maim, rob and rape Massachusetts residents.
Might as well add Tim Cahill to that list, for helping Deval “48% of the vote” Patrick get a second term.
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