MURDER USA Illegal alien gang member Elmer Rios-Mancia sought for murder in El Salvador was welcome in Montgomery and PG Counties until nabbed by ICE; now he is back home facing murder trial
BALTIMORE – Where does an accused murderer fleeing from his home country of El Salvador that is part of the dangerous and brutal MS-13 gang decide to hide out when coming to the United States illegally? In a sanctuary city or county, of course. Where was Elmer Edrulfo Rios-Mancia hanging out in Maryland? Why, in Montgomery County, of course, as the Montgomery County Council and Executive welcome the arrival of criminal illegal aliens.
Elmer Edrulfo Rios-Mancia also had an address in Prince George’s County, Md., at 3205 Toledo Place, Apt. T-1 when he was driving on Randolph Road at Glenallen Road near Wheaton, Md., on April 9, 2016, and given several traffic citations. He was also charged by Officer A. Mosner with operating a vehicle without a permit by a Montgomery County Police Officer. Montgomery County States Attorney John McCarthy agreed to a plea deal for the alleged killer. THE DEAL: a $50 fine.
While residing at 12730 Gould Road in Silver Spring, Md., in Montgomery County, Rios-Mancia was cited by Officer Triner on May 20, 2015, at 3:10 am for failing to have a driver’s permit as he drove a 2005 Nissan at the intersection of Reedie and Amherst. Montgomery County States Attorney McCarthy put the charge against the alleged killer on the Stet Docket on Aug. 25, 2016.
A fugitive alien and member of the 18th Street Gang were removed from the United States Friday by deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).
Elmer Edrulfo Rios-Mancia, 37, is wanted in El Salvador for aggravated homicide and membership to an illicit group.
Rios departed the United States on March 5, 2018, from Alexandria International Airport in Louisiana under escort by ERO deportation officers. He was transferred to El Salvadoran law enforcement authorities upon his arrival in San Salvador, El Salvador.
“Alien fugitives seeking to elude justice at home may not hide here,” said ERO Baltimore Field Office Director Dorothy Herrera-Niles. “Our capable and professional officers will find you, will arrest you and will cooperate with our international partners to the fullest extent in the pursuit of justice.”
Rios entered the United States at an unknown location without being admitted or paroled after inspection by an immigration officer and was arrested by ERO officers in Baltimore on March 8, 2017. Following his arrest, Rios was issued a notice to appear in immigration court.
An immigration judge ordered Rios removed from the United States to El Salvador on July 27, 2017. Rios appealed this decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals, which denied his request on January 18, 2018.
ICE removed or returned 226,119 aliens
ICE removed or returned 226,119 aliens in the fiscal year 2017. The proportion of FY17 removals resulting from ICE arrests increased by nearly ten percent over the previous fiscal year, and the number of ICE interior removals in FY17 increased by over 15,000 from FY16.
ICE is focused on removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws, including those who illegally re-entered the country after being removed and immigration fugitives ordered removed by federal immigration judges.
One location in Montgomery County where the wanted gangster was living.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY DECLARES IT IS NOT SANCTUARY COUNTY; ICE REPORT SHOWS PROTECTS CRIMINAL ALIENS
According to a statement on the Montgomery County Maryland website is this statement:
Montgomery County’s policy is not to inquire about anyone’s immigration status, nor does the County conduct any immigration enforcement or investigations. We believe that this is the right balance for this County.
Montgomery County is not a “sanctuary” jurisdiction. Local police and the Department of Correction and Rehabilitation work cooperatively with ICE in their work on immigration and customs violations and drug and human trafficking. The County’s arrest and detention information go to the State and all State information is accessed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) through their Secure Communities initiative.
In a report issued by ICE, Baltimore, Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties, all with serious MS-13 gang activity and multiple murders, assaults, and robberies associated with the criminal illegal aliens had not cooperated with detainers on dangerous offenders.