A Honduran illegal immigrant who has been deported three times from the United States has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing women and girls on a hiking trail in the Fairfax, Virginia area, Northern Virginia authorities said.
Juan Rodriguez Alfaro, 42, is an illegal immigrant from Honduras who has been deported three times, an ICE spokeswoman told FOX 5 DC.
Since July, Alfaro has been suspected of at least 21 assault and sexual violence incidents. He also faces out-of-state warrants for attempted rape and sexual assault in Suffolk County, New York.
Police said Alfaro is possibly linked to at least 21 sexual assaults in the area and in some cases, they said he was naked. Before his arrest, in a separate 2021 case, Alfaro was wanted for attempted rape and sexual assault in Suffolk County, New York — another sanctuary jurisdiction.
In that case, Suffolk County police said Alfaro attacked a woman who was jogging and attempted to rape her. Alfaro was allegedly wearing only a tank top at the time.
At the time of the alleged sexual assault in New York, Alfaro had been deported from the U.S. three times, according to officials at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Like New York state, Fairfax County has sanctuary policies on the books that prevent local law enforcement from turning criminal illegal aliens over to ICE agents for arrest and deportation.
Alfaro remains in police custody in Fairfax County. ICE officials have filed a detainer to request that Alfaro be turned over to their custody if he is released at any time. Fairfax County officials, as a result of their sanctuary policies, are likely to deny the request.
Impeachment of Joe Biden, Article 1: Failure to secure the national border.
Over 4.9 million illegals entered the United States during Joe Biden’s first 18 months in office via the open southern US border.
That is roughly the population of Ireland — crossing the open border into the US in 18 months!
The Biden regime has cheered on this invasion and the eventual collapse of the United States.
The Constitution is clear: Section IV Article 4 says the federal government “shall protect each of [the states] against Invasion,” said Congressman Jodey Arrington (TX-19). “When the federal government fails to fulfill this constitutional duty, Article 1 Section 10 expressly guarantees states the sovereign power to repel an invasion and defend their citizenry from overwhelming and “imminent danger.”
Earlier on Monday, TGP reported a report from the border patrol indicating that the government of Venezuela, led by Nicolás Maduro Moros, is releasing prisoners intentionally and sending them to the US border. Among those released are people who have been convicted of murder, rape, and extortion. Read more here.