Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, Suspected of Killing Two California Sheriff’s Deputies is an Illegal Alien Previosly Deported Back to Mexico Twice
Illegal aliens, doing the jobs Americans don’t want to do … Twice deported illegal Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte suspected of killing two Sheriff’s Deputies … CLOSE THE DAMN BORDER!!!
Two California Sheriff’s deputies were killed on Friday by an illegal alien, who had been deported twice from the United States and pulled over by law enforcement at least 10 times. Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, a convicted drug dealer and his wife were arrested and are in custody. The 34 year old Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte has been charged with murder, attempted murder and carjacking. His wife was also charged with attempted murder and carjacking. UNREAL, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte was convicted on a drug charge in 1997 and sent back to Mexico. He was picked up in 2001 and deported again. When is this country going to take illegal immigration and its borders seriously?
Pic – KTVU: Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy Danny Oliver (left) and Placer County Sheriff’s Homicide Detective Michael David Davis Jr.
The law enforcement heroes who were killed were Sacramento County Deputy Danny Oliver, 47, a 15 year veteran of the police force and a husband and father of two daughters. Also murdered was Placer County Deputy Michael David Davis Jr., 42, an 18 year veteran with a wife and four children.God bless their souls. Our prayers and condolences go out to the family, friends of Danny Oliver and Michael David Davis Jr. and their fellow police officers.
The suspect alleged to have shot three northern California sheriff’s deputies Friday, killing two, was deported twice and has a criminal record, federal officials said late Saturday.
A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman said that the fingerprints of the suspected shooter match those of a man named Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte. Monroy-Bracamonte was initially deported to Mexico in 1997 after being convicted of drug possession in Arizona. Four years later, he was arrested and deported again for an unspecified offense.
“The fingerprints were the basis for our request for an immigration detainer,” ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice told The Associated Press. The detainer requests that local authorities transfer him to federal custody after his case is adjudicated so ICE can purse his deportation, Kice said.
The suspect initially identified himself as Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City. He is charged with two counts each of murder, attempted murder and carjacking. The suspect’s wife, Janelle Marquez-Monroy, was also arrested Friday and charged with carjacking and attempted murder.