PROVO, Utah — Deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested a convicted sex delinquent who has been wanted by ICE given 2010, and was on ICE’s Top 10 Most-Wanted list.
Jesus Guitron-Aguilera, 56, from Mexico, was arrested in Provo, Utah, Sept. 26.
Guitron-Aguilera has a extensive rapist history, which includes philosophy for rapist passionate control — attack with vigilant to dedicate passionate penetration, as good as 4 other misdemeanors including two pushing under the change convictions. Guitron-Aguilera, a margin laborer, was convicted of the sex-assault charge on Jul 13, 1992, in Michigan’s 8th Judicial Circuit, and he was condemned to 5 years in prison.
“Guitron-Aguilera was a transparent hazard to the reserve of the village and with his detain we are promulgation a transparent summary to illegal aliens who dedicate crimes in the United States: ‘America is not a protected breakwater for you,’” pronounced ERO Field Office Director Robert M. Culley. “You will face probity for your crimes and then we will send you back to your home country.”
On Sept. 26, 2008, a sovereign immigration judge systematic Guitron-Aguilera removed. His interest of the judge’s sequence was discharged Aug. 10, 2010. On Jun 9, 2014, Guitron-Aguilera was seen pushing a red Corvette and was stopped by ERO and internal police. He transient on foot and was not found until Sept. 26, 2017, when he was arrested as a outcome of a tip.