Before Donald Trump became president, he promised that he would crack down on illegal immigration. Now, he is following through with his campaign promises.
WKYUFM reported that 53 illegal aliens living in Kentucky were just arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after they raided four towns. The undocumented immigrants were arrested last month in Louisville, Lexington, Shelbyville, and Owensboro. Shockingly, 22 of them were convicted criminals who had been charged with DUI, burglary, drug possession, theft, and wanton endangerment.
Eleven of those arrested had previously been deported from the U.S. and had returned again illegally. The vast majority of the newly-arrested aliens were from Guatemala and Mexico.
The ICE agency said the arrests made in Kentucky were the result of targeted enforcement operations across the nation which are done regularly.
This comes days after a 19 year-old illegal alien from Guatemala was arrested for sexually assaulting a three-year-old girl who lived in the same house with him in Stamford, Connecticut. Daily Wire reported that his arrest came one day before he was due to appear at an immigration hearing.
Police said the victim’s mother called 911 at 10:30 on Wednesday night after the child complained of pain and said Douglas Hus-Flores had touched her.
“She says ‘Douglas hit me.’ I asked where, and she showed me her private parts,” the mother told NBC New York. “I feel like hot water in my body.”
The toddler was rushed to Stamford Hospital for injuries and bleeding she had suffered. There, doctors confirmed that she had been sexually assaulted.
Hus-Flores, who had been alone in the home with the girl at the time of the attack, claimed he heard her crying and gave her yogurt to calm her down. He said he then sat her on his lap so they could watch cartoons, at which time he “felt lonely and wanted to be with a woman.” The illegal alien then admitted to sexually assaulting the 3 year-old, but said he stopped when he realized what was happening.
He has since been charged with first-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor.