Skip to comments.[4x deported] Germantown man [caught driving drunk] pleads guilty to entering U.S. illegally
Posted on 05/28/2012 6:52:06 PM PDT by kevcol
ALBANY, N.Y. A Germantown man who has been deported to Mexico four times and arrested by Border Patrol and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement a total of six times for illegally entering the United States pleaded guilty to re-entering the country illegally once again, the U.S. Attorneys Northern District of New York Office said Thursday.
Jesus Vazquez Loyola, 26, who is a citizen of Mexico, faces two years imprisonment, supervised release of up to one year, and a fine of up to $250,000 after pleading guilty before U.S. District Court Judge Mae DAgostino to felony re-entry Wednesday, prosecutors said.
The U.S. Attorneys Office said Loyola admitted to illegally returning to the country after having been deported on March 3, 2007.
Loyola, 26, was stopped by a Columbia County Sheriffs deputy on April 15 near Greenport and charged with several offenses including misdemeanor aggravated drunken driving, prosecutors said.
Loyola was convicted in Columbia County Court, and after completing his sentence, he was transferred to the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for federal prosecution, the U.S. Attorneys office said.
Supervised release of up to one year?
1) We need to build a wall.
2) We need to catch illegal aliens in this country.
3) We need to tattoo the aliens that we catch.
4) Then we drop 'em on the other side of the wall.
5) And if we catch anyone on this side of the wall, who already has been tattoo'd, then they can be shot on sight by any citizen, at any time, with absolutely no consequences. Open season on members of an invading army.
A $250,000 fine?????????????????
Is that going to be taken out of his welfare check or his yearly earned income tax credit?
How ridiculous can placing a fine upon someone who doesn’t work and earn enough “reported income” to pay a $250,000 fine?
Boy! I’ll bet that will teach him a lesson not to play around with the courts huh?
It’s up to $250,000. The bigger problem is supervision for up to a year. That is telling us he is going to stay in the US.