One Group Of Migrants Committing More Crimes In U.S.

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( – Venezuelan migrants have been found to be connected with several crimes across the United States. However, the federal government has not been able to deport them and the South American country is not going to be taking back any of its citizens. 

On Thursday 26-year-old Jose Antonio Ibarra, who arrived in the country from Venezuela illegally was charged in connection with the murder of Laken Riley, a University of Georgia nursing student who was murdered on Thursday on campus. The suspect has been released via parole according to DHS & ICE sources. 

The New York Police Department is trying to crack down on Tren de Aragua, a violent gang from Venezuela that is suspected of being responsible for a number of robberies in the city as well as for terrorized citizens. The group is suspected of being involved in retail theft and moped and scooter robberies. Last month at least two group members were arrested in connection with the assault of two NYPD officers. 

In New York City there is also an unrelated case of a 15-year-old Venezuelan migrant who has been arrested for shooting at cops as he attempted to flee a sports clothing store. According to the police the suspect had ended up shooting at a security guard and ended up striking a tourist in the leg. 

Chicago has also experienced problems with the migrants in the city. Four migrants coming from Venezuela were arrested last week in connection to the beating and robbery of a man on a CTA train in the city.

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