Thursday, June 27, 2024

INVADER NEWS: Texas’ #1 Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrant Arrested; Migrant Accused of Killing Grandmother and Daughter in Michigan Crash

Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas: #1 Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrant Arrested:
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced the arrest this week of its number one most wanted criminal illegal immigrant. This is the second arrest this month from the State’s newly created Top 10 Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrants List.
Texas DPS officials announced the arrest of 38-year-old Victor Hugo Chox Gonzalez, a Mexican national illegally present in the United States. Chox Gonzalez is listed as the State’s number one most wanted criminal illegal immigrant.
Police found the fugitive migrant in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex after learning of his ties to the community. Leads obtained by DPS special agents led to his arrest and booking into the Tarrant County Jail.
DPS officials report:
Chox Gonzalez is a criminal illegal immigrant from Mexico with ties to Tarrant County, including the cities of Pantego and Arlington. In 2016, he was convicted of driving while intoxicated with a child under the age of 15 and assault causing bodily injury to a family member. That same year, Chox Gonzalez was removed from the United States. In 2021, he was arrested in Tarrant County for assault and failure to identify/giving false/fictitious information and bonded out of jail. Later that year, warrants were issued out of Tarrant County for his arrest for failure to identify/give false/fictitious information and failure to identify as a fugitive. In 2023, the Arlington Police Department issued warrants for his arrest for aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child by sexual contact.
While Crime Stoppers offered a $5,000 reward for his arrest, the arrest was solely the result of police investigations. --->READ MORE HERE
Macomb County Prosecutor's Office/
Migrant Accused of Killing Grandmother and Daughter in Michigan Crash:
A migrant is now accused of causing a vehicle crash in Shelby Township, Michigan that killed 88-year-old Nancy Richmond, a mother of three and grandmother of seven, and her daughter, 63-year-old Crystal Brunn, a mother of two and grandmother of five.
Jose Medina-Hernandez, a 33-year-old migrant, has been charged with two counts of a traffic violation resulting in the deaths of Nancy Richmond and Crystal Brunn.
According to the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office, Medina-Hernandez was driving a box truck on June 6 in Shelby Township when he rear-ended a Buick Verano that Richmond and Brunn were driving. Two additional vehicles were involved in the crash.
Both Richmond and Brunn died on June 6 as a result of the crash.
Richmond is described in her obituary as loving “sewing and quilting.” She leaves behind her remaining two children, Vicki Johnson and Ronald Richmond, along with seven grandchildren.
Brunn is described as loving “her time with her grandchildren” as well as “traveling and living her best life since retirement.” Brunn leaves behind her two children, Brandon Brunn and Matthew Brunn, and five grandchildren.
Local media reports reveal that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has placed a detainer on Medina-Hernandez, requesting custody of him if he is released from jail at any time. --->READ MORE HERE
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