A distressed mother of an alleged 14-year-old alleged murderer has just been charged with entering the United States illegally, according to New York Criminal Lawyers and is facing deportation.
The 43-year-old suspect was arrested with her husband and taken from their apartment, where they lived for nearly eight years to be federally charged with illegal re-entry after previous deportation according to local police reports.
In 1997, the mother was originally deported for possession of rock cocaine according to police reports. No records indicated that she applied to be reinstated to the United States. Her husband was originally deported back in May of 2002.
It is unknown what prompted the arrest, but Lawyers said the couple was arrested and taken away in front of their other elementary school-aged children. The children were also taken from the couple at the scene.
The 14-year old alleged murderer, who admitted to participating in at four beheadings, is currently in a protected location while Mexican Authorities search for evidence of citizenship and other details about the boy who was supposedly born in San Diego.
Authorities continue to investigate whether or not the two older sisters had ties to organized crime. They are currently being held in a Mexico City detention facility, New York City Criminal Lawyers report.
In a similar story, three men were arrested this week for possibly working for the same drug group located in Cuernavaca. Arresting army troops were led to an area where these men allegedly buried at least two of their homicide victims. Cases like this are common in Manhattan and Long Island.
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