The illegal alien who allegedly killed Newman Police Cpl. Ronil Singh who may have ties to a violent Mexican-American gang accused of murders and human smuggling has finally been caught.
The brother of Corporal Ronil Singh emotionally thanked law enforcement for capturing the illegal alien accused of murdering the Newman police officer Ronil Singh.
Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson announced the arrest of the suspect — identified as Gustavo Perez Arriaga — in Bakersfield, about 280 miles southeast of Newman, where Police Cpl. Ronil Singh was gunned down early Wednesday. The arrest was confirmed by the Fresno County and Kern County Sheriff’s Offices.
Christianson, whose department has been handling the case, told reporters at a news conference that Arriaga is from Mexico and was in the U.S. illegally after previously crossing the Arizona border. It wasn’t clear when that crossing occurred, though.
Christianson said the suspect had been in the country for a number of years and was seeking to cross back over the border before the shooting occurred.
The suspect had known gang affiliations, as well as two past DUI arrests, Christianson said.
The suspect was stopped by Singh for a DUI investigation before getting into a gunfight with the officer, during which Singh tried to defend himself, Christianson said at a separate news conference Thursday. More
It’s heartbreaking how a legal immigrant who did everything right with a wonderful family allegedly murdered by an illegal alien who did everything wrong with family members who tried to help him escape justice.
Corporal Singh’s murderer:
An Illegal Alien from Mexico arrested multiple times already and not deported.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) December 28, 2018
That deafening silence you hear from the progressives is caused by their refusal to see that our unenforced immigration laws lead straight to this kind of horrible crime.
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