Fidel Lopez, 52, was released from a Portland prison in April after raping a dog

US immigration and customs enforcement has released a list of criminal illegal aliens that have been released into communities by city center policies. Federal officials try to convince cities and states to support immigration enforcement.

The list released last week highlights cases in Oregon, which has the oldest law of the head of state in the country, and the state of Washington, which last month approved an extended state of sanctuary state policy.

Washington & # 39; s new sanctuary law is one of the strongest in the nation, with the exception of local police assisting federal immigration enforcement officials in any way.

At the signing of the law, Democratic Governor Jay Inslee said: & # 39; We will not be complicit in the corrupted efforts of the Trump government to break up hard-working immigrant and refugee families. & # 39;

ICE argues that sanctuary policies, which prevent local officials from warning federal officials before releasing illegal aliens from detention, allow dangerous criminals back into communities, and force ICE agents to make arrests on homes and workplaces rather than the controlled environment from a prison.

The Oregon Prison releases the Mexican man who raped the dog

Fidel Lopez, 52, was released from a Portland prison in April after raping a dog

Fidel Lopez, 52, was released from a Portland prison in April after raping a dog

In February, Fidel Lopez, 52, pleaded guilty of raping the Lhasa Apso mix of his fiancé in Portland, Oregon.

While being held in the prison of Multnomah County, ICE officials interviewed him and determined that he was an illegally present Mexican.

On the same day, ICE filed an immigration storekeeper in Lopez for violating immigration legislation.

In April 2019, Lopez was sentenced to 60 days in jail, the maximum permitted by law for sexual abuse of animals and released on time.

ICE says the county prison has not honored the immigration holder and released him without notifying immigration officials.

After his release, ICE arrested Lopez in his home and sent him a message to appear.

Detectives with the sexual crime unit carried out a rapeseed kit on the dog and found the DNA of Lopez

Detectives with the sexual crime unit carried out a rapeseed kit on the dog and found the DNA of Lopez

Detectives with the sexual crime unit carried out a rapeseed kit on the dog and found the DNA of Lopez

He is currently being held at the Northwestern ICE detention center in Tacoma, awaiting immigration procedures.

& # 39; There is an inherent increase in risk for personnel and bystanders when ICE officers and agents have to enter the community to proactively locate previously detained criminal aliens, & # 39; ICE said in a statement.

Honduran man kills and discards his cousin after Washington police released him without informing ICE

Rosalio Ramos-Ramos was arrested in Kent, Washington in October 2017 on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine after calling 911 and making bizarre confessions for involvement in a suspected assault.

While Ramos-Ramos was booked in the King County Prison, he made statements that he wanted to die and started fighting with corrections officers, injuring five of them, and was hospitalized for a head injury that he himself sustained while officers killed him subdued.

After seeing his name in the local log, ICE identified Ramos-Ramos as an illegally present Honduran citizen with previous crimes convictions and four previous removals from the US

Rosalio Ramos-Ramos is seen during combat with corrections officers in the King County Prison. He was released despite an ICE prisoner and allegedly killed his cousin

Rosalio Ramos-Ramos is seen during combat with corrections officers in the King County Prison. He was released despite an ICE prisoner and allegedly killed his cousin

Rosalio Ramos-Ramos is seen during combat with corrections officers in the King County Prison. He was released despite an ICE prisoner and allegedly killed his cousin

ICE told the local police that the policy prevented them from arresting people in a hospital and gave a detainer to the local police to extradite him for deportation.

However, the Kent police were not present when Ramos-Ramos, after a medically induced coma, regained consciousness and walked out of the hospital.

In January 2018, Ramos-Ramos was arrested again in Seattle on suspicion of murdering his cousin, dissecting the corpse, and stuffing the parts into a suitcase.

He was charged with murder and is being held in King County Prison for a $ 2 million bail.

ICE has housed another detainer with local prison officials.

The Mexican man is accused of killing the woman after the Portland prison ignored the ICE prisoner and released him

Martin Gallo-Gallardo is accused of murder after being released from Portland prison

Martin Gallo-Gallardo is accused of murder after being released from Portland prison

Martin Gallo-Gallardo is accused of murder after being released from Portland prison

In March 2018, Martin Gallo-Gallardo was arrested in Portland, Oregon and charged with domestic violence.

While being held in Multnomah County jail, ICE identified him as a Mexican resident who lived illegally in the United States and served an immigration detention officer.

ICE says prison officials have not honored the immigration holder and released the convicted criminal two days later without notifying ICE.

After his release, ICE made several unsuccessful attempts to find and arrest the Gallo-Gallardo.

Gallo-Gallardo was arrested again in October 2018, this time for charges for murder for alleged murder of his wife.

An autopsy showed that the woman died of fractures and fractures.

After the murder, the Sheriff office of the Multnomah County accused ICE and said that federal agents should have tracked down and arrested Gallo-Gallardo after he was released.

Gallo-Gallardo is being held in Clackamas County jail without binding to the assassination attempt. ICE has hired another detainer with local officials.

Convicted rapist & # 39; returns to victim of the same wheelchair-bound woman & # 39; after Seattle officials release him in violation of ICE prisoner

Mexican citizen Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, is currently fleeing from the Seattle police after the police said he was returning and raping the same wheelchair-bound victim he had previously been convicted of sexual abuse.

Police say the first rape took place in September 2018 when Carranza-Ramirez saw the woman and followed her to her apartment building, attacking her for her two-year-old son.

The woman secretly managed to call 911 and left the line open during the attack, and Carranza-Ramirez was caught when the police responded.

Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, is currently fleeing from the Seattle police after the police said he was returning and raping the same wheelchair-bound victim a second time

Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, is currently fleeing from the Seattle police after the police said he was returning and raping the same wheelchair-bound victim a second time

Francisco Carranza-Ramirez, 35, is currently fleeing from the Seattle police after the police said he was returning and raping the same wheelchair-bound victim a second time

Carranza-Ramirez pleaded with Alford for the February rape, admitting that a jury would probably declare him guilty.

He is illegally a Mexican citizen in the country.

He was released from prison last Thursday for a judge's warning to return to Mexico at his own discretion.

Instead, the police said he returned to the 32-year-old woman's house and then strangled, beat, and raped her for her toddler son.

Carranza-Ramirez is currently being sought and officers in Seattle now believe he may have returned to Mexico.

US Marshals help Sheriff detectives and work with the Mexican authorities to track down and arrest Carranza-Ramirez.

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