Richard Diaz-Garcia of the Dominican Republic Has Been Deported 4 Times from the United States Found Agains Illegally in US and Arrested
AT WHAT POINT DOES THIS BECOME ONE BIG JOKE?
How many times are we supposed to catch and release illegal criminals within the United States before we just lock them up and throw away the key? According to a document made public by the FBI, Richard Diaz-Garcia, a citizen of the Dominican Republic, was in the United States illegally after he was arrested February 1 in Newark, Delaware. The problem, this individual has already been deported 4 times prior. How many times do we have to go through this joke of a process before we institute an actual deturent for individuals entering the country illegally?
A man deported from the United States at least four times since 2000 — each time following an arrest in Delaware — was arrested here again in February, this time with a bag of cash, according to a document made public by the FBI.
Wilmington police suspected that Richard Diaz-Garcia, a citizen of the Dominican Republic, was in the United States illegally after he was arrested Feb. 1 in Newark, Del., about 15 miles away, according to court records.
Officers seized $5,000 that Diaz-Garcia held in a black bag, and $393 that he had in his pockets, according to the FBI document. Wilmington Police spokeswoman Andrea Janvier did not respond to requests for comment about the arrest, and why it reportedly took place in Newark.
FBI spokesman David Fitz would not provide details about the case, saying the Wilmington FBI office was been “extremely busy.”
Officers contacted the Dover office of Immigration and Custom Enforcement after the arrest, and Diaz-Garcia was then transferred to federal custody, according to court documents.