Illegal Alien Deported Several Times Charged With Murder Of 41-Year-Old

An illegal immigrant who was deported seven times from the United States stands accused of murder in Butler County, Ohio. According to Sheriff Richard Jones, Fermin Garcia-Gutierrez, 46, was charged with murder and drug and firearm violations.

In a revelation on Friday, Butler County officials revealed that Fernando Oviedo, 41, was the person Garcia-Gutierrez allegedly killed.

Oviedo was shot around 2:35 p.m. on Monday and had been pronounced dead at the scene.

During a press conference in which he detailed the arrest, Jones revealed that Garcia-Gutierrez has been sent to the Butler County Jail 11 times. He has also reportedly been in prison three times. In all his stints in jail and prison, Garcia-Gutierrez used seven different names.

Jones also revealed that Garcia-Gutierrez is a gang member who has been deported from the U.S. back to Mexico seven times.

Using Garcia-Gutierrez’s case to highlight the growing illegal immigration issue in the country, Jones said, “How does it affect Butler County, Ohio? We’ve had over 1,000 [illegal alien] prisoners on state charges … in the Butler County Jail in Ohio … in three years since Biden’s been president.”

“Of that, we’ve had at least 2,000 state charges on these 1,000 [illegal alien] prisoners. The cost is roughly, to house these prisoners, is $2 million. The court system and everything that goes with it, another $2 million. Butler County has had to pay roughly $4 million. This guy basically came across the border and went back seven times … and hopefully, the president is listening and the president of Mexico, who knows how many people this guy has been involved [with] and killed? he added.

Bringing up Oviedo, who was allegedly killed by Garcia-Gutierrez, Jones warned of the danger the Biden administration’s open border policies pose.

“That person would be alive today” if not for the nation’s porous southern border. … If he’s killed [people] here, we don’t know how many people he’s killed in Mexico,” he said.

In order to drive his frustration on the border crisis home, Jones displayed a poster of President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas.

Of Mayorkas, he said, “Anybody who has been a victim of a crime, your should sue that guy (Mayorkas) when he is not working for the president of the United States. You should sue him personally.”

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