CALEXICO, Calif. – El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a man who was a before DACA target late Monday night nearby downtown Calexico.
At around 11:50 p.m., on Monday, agents reserved to the Calexico Border Patrol Station were told by Remote Video Surveillance Systems (RVSS) operators that an particular had done an illegal entrance approximately 3.5 miles easterly of the Calexico downtown area. RVSS operators obtained visible of the thesis using north from the general range fence. After using about 200 yards north of the fence, the man laid down on the ground. The thesis stood up and attempted to decamp by using divided as agents approached him to make the arrest. After a brief foot chase, agents held and incarcerated the subject. The man was arrested and ecstatic to the Calexico hire for processing.
Border Patrol agents conducted annals checks which suggested the 23-year-old man was Juan Manuel Montes-Bojorquez, a Mexican citizen who had been formerly private to Mexico on Feb. 19, 2017, by the Calexico Port of Entry. Montes is a before DACA customer who was formerly private from the country after he was arrested attempting to illegally enter the U.S.
“Our agents witnessed and arrested Mr. Bojorquez making an illegal entrance into the United States for the second time this year,” pronounced Assistant Chief Patrol Agent David S. Kim. “Border Patrol Agents will always stop, detain, and catch anyone making an illegal entrance into the country irrespective of their immigration or citizenship status.”
Montes was booked into the Imperial County Jail on tentative charges of re-entry after removal.