Agents discovered that she had been convicted of accessory to commit 2 in a case regarding migrant smuggling. This was at the Laredo Sector Highway Checkpoint, Interstate 35. She was convicted of accessory for 2 offences, according to agents.nd degree murder in North Carolina in 2015. Rodriguez’ prior case involved two high-profile murders at the time.
Rodriguez was first encountered by Border Patrol officers on June 4. The 32-year old female, who had been hiding in a trunk of her car, was discovered hidden under a vehicle’s trunk. A Border Patrol K-9 alerted agents to Rodriguez’ presence during an open-air sniff search. Rodriguez has a criminal record that shows he was previously arrested for accessory murder and was sentenced to 2nd degree in Chatham County North Carolina.
Rodriguez received a sentence of 75-102 months imprisonment for accessory to murder. Rodriguez and his accomplice were convicted of accessory to murder. They are accused in the 2015 killing of another man in Siler City in North Carolina.
According to a local news report, Morales’ brush with the law began with the discovery of unidentified human remains in Liberty, North Carolina, in 2015. Francisco Rivas Galves, a 21 year-old man who was reported missing six days prior to the discovery of his remains in Liberty, North Carolina in 2015, was identified. Galves disappeared at about the same time as Esau Abraham Brenes, who was being murdered in Siler City.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations looking into the death of Galves began to focus on two individuals, Ingrid Morales Rodriguez, a Mexican national, and Salvadoran Miguel Angel Munoz who were last seen with Galves on the night he went missing. Police gathered evidence to believe that Munoz shot Galves in a car where Rodriguez was riding. They then disposed the body close to a road.
Ingrid Rodriguez, Miguel Angel Munoz and Ingrid Rodriguez were both charged with killing Galves in May 2016. Ingrid Rodriguez was charged with accessory to the crime of murder in May 2016. Miguel Angel Munoz pled guilty on December 17, 2017.nd degree murder. Munoz was given a sentence of 200-252 weeks. After serving her sentence, Ingrid Morales Rodriguez was deported to Mexico.
At the time of the discovery of Galves’ remains, one Siler City family was seeking justice for the murder of family member Esau Abraham Brenes. Brenes disappeared on October 3, 2015. He had stopped to ride with three Siler City residents. Brenes’ remains were discovered three weeks later. Three weeks later, police discovered that Brenes’ remains had been found.
Galves would go missing on the same day Brenes’ remains were discovered. Arnold Jaramillo Lopez, a 16 year-old accomplice to Galves was arrested by police as a second suspect. Jaramillo was later found guilty of his part in Brenes’s murder and sentenced to between 24 and 31 years imprisonment.
Border Patrol recently apprehended Rodriguez as a criminal inmigrant. Border Patrol has arrested four immigrants, including Rodriguez since June 1st. They have all been convicted in the past for domestic manslaughter or murder.
Border Patrol arrested six migrants, all of whom are also registered as sex offender. These crimes include rape, child sexual battery and lewd/lascivious act with a child.
Border Patrol agents arrested an American national from Jamaica for the murder of a man in College Point, New York on Wednesday. The same day, Border Patrol agents in Yuma arrested a Mexican national who had been twice deported and was found to have spent seven years in jail for his attempted murder of an officer in California.
Randy Clark is a 32-year veteran of the United States Border Patrol. Before his retirement, he was the Division Chief of Law Enforcement Operations. He directed operations at nine Border Patrol Stations in the Del Rio Sector, Texas. Follow Randy Clark on Twitter at @RandyClarkBBTX
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