Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Maryland, My Maryland

Nilson Noel Trejo-Granados
From Da Wire, Illegal Alien Arrested For Allegedly Murdering Toddler

An illegal alien from Central America was arrested this week in connection with the murder of 2-year-old Jeremy Poou Caceres in Maryland.

The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Homicide Unit arrested 25-year-old Nilson Noel Trejo-Granados in connection with the murder earlier this month at Langley Park. The toddler and his mother were shot as two groups of males opened fire on each other. The toddler died a short time later while the mother is expected to make a full recovery.

Four other individuals have been arrested in connection with the murder, including two minors — ages 15 and 16 — who were not named due to their age, 33-year-old Israel Fuentes, Jr., and 28-year-old Johnny Alejandro Turcios.
Jeremy Poou Caceres
Trejo-Granados is charged with murder-first degree, murder-second degree, two counts of assault first degree, assault second degree, attempted first degree murder, and attempted second degree murder.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said in a statement that Trejo-Granados is an illegal alien from El Salvador and that he had been ordered to be deported from the U.S. for well over a year, but Democrat sanctuary cities allowed him to remain loose on America’s streets.

“On Nov. 7, 2022, a Department of Justice immigration judge in Newark, New Jersey ordered Trejo-Granados removal from the United States,” ICE said. “The Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD) arrested Trejo-Granados March 21, 2023, and charged him with theft: $100 to under $1,500. Those charges remain pending. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodged an Immigration Detainer on Trejo-Granados with the Montgomery County Detention Center (MCDC) March 22, 2023; however, MCDC refused to honor the detainer and Trejo-Granados was released by MCDC, March 27, 2023.”

“MCPD again arrested Trejo-Granados Sept. 26, 2023, and charged him with theft less than $100 and attempt obstructing and hindering,” the statement continued. “ICE lodged an Immigration Detainer with the MCDC on Trejo-Granados, Sept. 27, 2023; however, MCDC refused to honor the detainer and released Trejo- Granados from custody Oct. 12, 2023.”

Fox 5,  Montgomery County officially designated for ‘sanctuary’ status

County Executive Mark Elrich signed an executive order earlier this week – making the “sanctuary” designation official. The order says no county agency – including all police departments – can ask about your immigration status. In addition, they are forbidden with cooperating with ICE. Elrich says the order is an effort to keep the community safe.

“We don’t interact with ICE. We don’t contact ICE nor do we ask any of our residents in Montgomery county about their immigration status in the United States,” said Acting Montgomery County Police Chief Marcus Jones.

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