Alberto Abelardo Pulido-Garcia, aged 46, wanted for murder in Mexico, his home country was arrested and deported by ICE and ERO in Utah.
The offender was sent back to his home country to face justice for committing such hideous acts. Robert Culley field office director, ERO Utah, appreciated the Mexican Government for taking strict action over this situation.
Pulido-Garcia was living in the United States illegally since 2017, and entered through San Ysidro, California, on a temporary tourist visa, and was found in Utah by reaching there unlawfully.
The immigration judge sentenced 180 days in jail to Pulido after arresting him from his workplace in the in West Valley Utah by officers from West Valley City Justice Court, Salt Lake County, Utah.
He was ordered to be deported to his homeland and was handed to Mexican authorities at the Stanton Street Bridge in El Paso, Texas.
The ICE is focusing on removing such aliens who have violated the immigration laws, as well as individuals involved in criminal activities and are gang members. Federal immigration judges order these offenders to face just decisions.