Deported Man Returns To U.S. Within 10 Days, Attacks Woman In Her Home
Concord, NC – An man was back behind bars on new charges in the United States just 10 days after he was deported to Mexico.
Gaspar Reyes-Dorantes was deported to Mexico on Oct. 21, Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) officials told the Independent Tribune.
At approximately 11 p.m. on Oct. 31, he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s Tamarac Court home armed with a knife and assaulted her and a male.
Reyes-Dorantes also ransacked the residence, threatened the victims, and took off with his ex-girlfriend’s car, the Independent Tribune reported.
He was apprehended the following day, and has been charged with injury to personal property, larceny of a motor vehicle, first-degree burglary, larceny after breaking and entering, communicating threats, and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, WBTV reported.
Reyes-Dorantes’ bond was set at $302,000, and he was also served with an immigration detainer.
According to the Independent Tribune, the Mexican national had an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court for a prior assault on the same female victim at the time of the latest attack.
Reyes-Dorantes’ case is but one of many instances where previously-deported aliens returned to the U.S. and committed new violent crimes.
Accused serial killer Ramon Escobar was deported to El Salvador six times before he viciously beat multiple homeless men to death with a wooden baseball bat in California in 2018.
Anastacio Eugenio Lopez-Fabian had been deported back to Guatemala on two occasions before he illegally entered the U.S. yet again and repeatedly raped a young girl in Oregon in 2018, The Daily Astorian reported.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wasn’t notified about his arrest, and Lopez Fabian bailed out of jail later the same day.
Tomas Martinez-Maldonado was deported back to Mexico a staggering 19 times before he illegally re-entered the U.S. and allegedly raped a 13-year-old child on a Greyhound bus in 2016, the Chicago Tribune reported at the time.