A Salvadoran fugitive-based criminal, Herberth Bonilla-Garcia, was captured by a planned operation in Manassas earlier this month. You can check more details about Herberth Bonilla-Garcia in this article.
Know more about Herberth Bonilla-Garcia
In a Secret operation held on December 1 by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Service, with the help of this operation 40 years old American were captured by the Agents. Bonilla Garcia was a criminal and the subject of arrest warrants due to unlawful association and many criminal activities from the government of EI Salvador. The information on arrest warrants was confirmed by the US Embassy in San Salvador and ICE. Earlier, Bonilla-Garcia entered the United States without legal permission or being paroled by an immigration officer; the dates and locations are still unknown about the Bonilla-Garcia.
In 2006 and 2012, Bonill-Garcia was deported from the U.S . Against the Bonilla-Garcia, an arrest order was issued by the Central American nation in April 2015. Newsmax correspondent tweeted about this matter: ” ICE apprehends one of El Salvador’s most wanted criminals during targeted operation in Virginia. Herberth Bonilla-Garcia has a history of unlawfully entering the U.S. This time; he did so to escape justice in his home country.”
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In October, the FBI informed Enforcement and Removal Operations that Bonilla-Garcia was possibly in the nearby area of Northern Virginia. After this information, he was caught by the officers in an operation in Manassas. Now he is stored in the ERO Custody, and later he will transfer to the EI Salvador government. ERO Washington gave the information through his official Twitter handle “ERO Washington, D.C. apprehends one of El Salvador’s most wanted criminals during targeted operation in Virginia”.
According to some local news publications, Bonilla-Garcia is a street gang member of the “MS-13”. In the present scenario, Street gangs are a severe problem in EI Salvador. The local gangs are involved in criminal activities like extorting money from companies, murdering, kidnapping etc.
Details about ERO
EROs hold experience in law enforcement authorities and works as defend the nation against the most significant dangers. On the same time, on the other side, ICE officers take enforcement judgments very carefully and professionally. If we talk about the data, ERO detained 12,025 people with severe convictions in 2021. 3415 sexual assaults, 19,549 assaults, 2717 robberies, 1506 homicides offences and 1063 kidnappings done by noncitizens, and they were apprehended by the ERO in FY 2021.
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