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Yuma Border Patrol Agents Arrest 2 Convicted Felons

Release Date: 
June 13, 2017

Subject was previously removed for sexual battery and immigration violations
Subject was previously
removed for sexual
battery and immigration
violations

YUMA, Ariz. — Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents recently arrested two adult males during separate incidents for illegal re-entry into the country after being previously convicted and removed from the United States on aggravated felony charges.

Agents first encountered Gabriel Marroquin Juan-De Juan, a 32-year-old Guatemalan national who entered the U.S. illegally Saturday night near Andrade, California. During processing, agents learned he was previously removed from the U.S. as an aggravated felon following an eight-year sentence in Shelbyville, Tennessee, for sexual battery and immigration violations.

Subject was previously convicted for attempted murder
Subject was previously
convicted for attempted
murder

Sunday morning, agents working near the Colorado River apprehended Ramon Del-Sol, a 72-year-old Cuban national, for illegally entering the United States. Agents discovered during a records check he served a 13-year sentence for attempted murder in San Diego, California.

“These arrests amply demonstrate our commitment to securing our nation’s borders and our community from criminals of all types,” said Chief Patrol Agent Anthony J. Porvaznik. “I want to compliment the Border Patrol agents on the frontline who have a vital role in arresting people who enter our country illegally.”

Last modified: 
June 19, 2017