CONVICTED SEX OFFENDERS AND ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARRESTED FOR ILLEGAL RE-ENTRY

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Two men that have already been deported from the USA were arrested for reentering the country

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested two previously deported sex offenders near Sasabe and Amado, Arizona, on March 10, 2020. 27-year-old Andres Lopez-Rosales and 29-year-old Ernesto Maldonado Alvarado were both arrested.

Agents apprehended Andres Lopez-Rosales near Amado, around midnight. Records checks revealed Lopez-Rosales was convicted of Sexual Battery in Washington County, Utah, in 2016. He received a sentence of 364 days in jail and 18 months probation. 

Around 4 a.m., agents patrolling the desert near Sasabe apprehended Ernesto Maldonado Alvarado. Records checks revealed Maldonado Alvarado has an extensive criminal history, including a conviction in Santa Clara County, California, for Sex with a Minor in 2014 and again in 2017. He received a sentence of 364 days in jail and three years probation for the first offense and two years imprisonment for the second.

Lopez-Rosales and Maldonado Alvarado, both Mexican nationals illegally present in the United States, face federal prosecution for criminal immigration violations.

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