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A Mexican citizen who allegedly shot a transgender Dallas lady final month was vital in a United States illegally and is now a fugitive, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials said.
Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, 29, deported in 2010, was arrested Sept. 24 and charged with aggravated assault, The Dallas Morning News reported. He reportedly certified to sharpened Daniela Calderon, 35, six times in a chest, stomach and hip.
Calderon told a newspaper Ramirez-Cayente yelled homophobic and transphobic slurs during a attack.
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Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, 29, is indicted of sharpened a transgender Dallas lady final month. He was formerly deported to his local Mexico in 2010, immigration officials said.
(Dallas County Sheriff’s Department)
Instead of being hold in military custody, Ramirez-Cayente posted a $25,000 bond and hasn’t been seen since. It was misleading if he stays in a area. Dallas County prosecutors wanted him to be propitious with an ankle monitor, though a terms of his bond were set before they could intervene.
“The court set a bond during $25,000 with no ELM (electronic leg monitor). As shortly as a D.A.’s Office was done of wakeful of a low bond, we changed to rectify a conditions of bond to embody a monitoring device; unfortunately, a suspect had already fled,” Kimberlee Leach, a mouthpiece for a Dallas County District Attorney’s office, told a news outlet.
Back in Mar 2010, Ramirez-Cayente was taken into control by ICE agents near Brackettville, Texas, after entering a U.S. illegally, a group said.
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“Ramirez-Cayente was processed as an expedited dismissal and private to Mexico on Mar 27, 2010. ICE has not encountered Ramirez-Cavente given his 2010 removal,” pronounced an group spokesperson.
ICE did not immediately respond to Fox News for comment.
Anyone held reentering a U.S. illegally can be charged with a felony. It was misleading if a Dallas Police Department flagged Ramirez-Cayente as an undocumented newcomer charged with a crime.