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El Centro Sector Border Patrol Arrests Lead to Prosecution and Conviction for 15 Illegal Immigrants

Release Date: 
July 29, 2013

IMPERIAL VALLEY, CALIF.—El Centro Sector Border Patrol enforcement operations have led to the recent arrests, convictions, and successful sentencing of 15 illegal immigrants, all of whom had convictions for a crime.

The apprehensions took place earlier this year near the cities of Calexico, El Centro, and Indio, Calif. The illegal immigrants, many of which have extensive criminal histories, were presented for prosecution on federal criminal charges and sentenced accordingly.

  
GASPAR-Hernandez, RamiroSentenced 63 months in federal prison
PIZANO-Garcia, FernandoSentenced 24 months in federal prison
FAJARDO-Reyes, ArmandoSentenced 18 months in federal prison
MORENO, LadislaoSentenced 24 months in federal prison
RAMOS-Pena, Arturo JorgeSentenced 37 months in federal prison
REYES-Ramirez, Miguel PedroSentenced 46 months in federal prison
MUNIZ-Molina, JavierSentenced 18 months in federal prison
MEZ-Guzman, MoisesSentenced 12 months in federal prison
PATRIZ-Clavel, RichardoSentenced 24 months in federal prison
PRADO-Ramos, Luis AlainSentenced 30 months in federal prison
HUERTA-Medina, CrisoforoSentenced 18 months in federal prison
GARCIA-Guillen, Henry AdrianSentenced 27 months in federal prison
CHAVEZ-Herrera, DanielSentenced 12 months in federal prison
SHAGUN-Contreras, GustavoSentenced 30 months in federal prison
NAVARRO, Juan LuisSentenced 60 months in federal prison

The convicted individuals will be formally deported to their country of origin after serving their prison sentences.

The El Centro Sector's Community Awareness Campaign is a simple and effective program to raise public awareness on the indicators of crime and other threats. We encourage public and private sector employees to remain vigilant and play a key role in keeping our country safe. Please report any suspicious activity to the Border Community Threat Hotline at (800) 901-2003.

Last modified: 
February 3, 2021