Wednesday, April 25, 2018

La Oficina del Alguacil del Condado de Waukesha implementará el Programa de Inmigración 287(g) ICE a fines de julio

Se espera que la Oficina del Sheriff (alguacil) del Condado de Waukesha implemente la aplicación de inmigración 287(g) a fines de julio o principios de agosto después de que miembros del personal de corrección se certifiquen para llevar a cabo los deberes como oficiales de inmigración dentro de las instalaciones de la cárcel.

Por H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

25 de abril del 2018

Waukesha, WI - El miércoles, Eric J. Severson, el alguacil del condado de Waukesha confirmó a Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) que múltiples miembros del personal de corrección de la instalación de la cárcel han sido designados para tomar la capacitación y certificación de la 287(g) del Servicio de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) de EE. UU. desde el 18 de junio de 2018 hasta el 13 de julio de 2018 y, una vez el entrenamiento terminé para esos oficiales de corrección de la cárcel de Waukesha, el programa 287(g) ICE se implementará en las instalaciones de la cárcel a fines de julio o principios de agosto. Según el Sheriff Severson, la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Waukesha (WCSO) fue aprobada para el Programa de Delegación de Autoridad 287(g) por el Director Interino del ICE Thomas Homan el 12 de diciembre de 2017 y el acuerdo final del programa también fue aprobado por todas las partes involucradas en el 17 de marzo del 2018.

Severson en la solicitud de 287(g) indicó que todas las solicitudes de detención de ICE para detener a los sospechosos de inmigrantes indocumentados procesados ​​en la cárcel por infracciones de tránsito y otros delitos serán aplicables. En la solicitud del programa ICE 287(g) en la pregunta número 14, la Oficina del Sheriff del condado de Waukesha (WCSO) respondió "Sí" cuando se le preguntó, si aceptan las solicitudes de retención de ICE y en la pregunta 26, respondieron que 1.3 detenciones por mes son honradas por la WCSO.

Cuando se les preguntó cuáles eran las 5 categorías en las que la WCSO entra en contacto y detienen a presuntos inmigrantes indocumentados, la WCSO identificó las cinco violaciones por las que se detienen la mayoría de los inmigrantes indocumentados, incluidos;

• Operando mientras está intoxicado

• Operando sin licencia

• Salto en libertad bajo fianza - delito menor

• Operando después de la revocación, y

• Resistir u obstruir a un oficial.

De acuerdo con la aplicación 287(g) del programa ICE, la cárcel del condado de Waukesha pone bajo custodia a más de 11 inmigrantes adicionales cada mes.

Voces de la Frontera, una organización de derechos de los trabajadores y los inmigrantes de Milwaukee está organizando una marcha y manifestación anual del 1 de mayo en la ciudad de Waukesha en protesta por la implementación previsible del programa 287(g) ICE en la cárcel de WCSO, que se convertirá en la primera oficina del alguacil del condado en el estado de Wisconsin para ser aprobada por ICE bajo el programa 287(g).

El condado de Waukesha es una fortaleza fuerte de los republicanos y es un condado muy antiinmigrante, y los inmigrantes indocumentados que piensan viajar a Waukesha para la marcha, protesta y reunión del VLDF deben ser cautelosos. Cualquier arresto por desobediencia civil y cualquier infracción de tráfico por parte de los que asistieran a la protesta en Waukesha el 1 de mayo definitivamente serán procesados por la WCSO por su estado migratorio también, según la última asociación con ICE.

En el 2012, el ex presidente Barack H. Obama (D) suspendió el programa 287(g) después de haber sido abiertamente abusado por el anterior alguacil del condado de Maricopa, Joe Arpaio, cuyos agentes detectaron ilegalmente a los latinos como indocumentados, fueron ilegalmente detenidos y violaron la ley civil. derechos de los detenidos bajo 287(g). Una demanda presentada en la corte federal contra el Sheriff Arpaio y la SB 1070 de Arizona conocida como la ley "Muéstrame tus papeles" dio como resultado la decisión de Obama de suspender 287(g) porque la Corte Suprema dictaminó que era legal solicitar el estatus legal de los sospechosos. estar en el país ilegalmente, pero negó a las fuerzas del orden detener a presuntos inmigrantes indocumentados por el solo hecho de no tener documentos legales en su persona, ninguna autorización de trabajo, socavar los derechos civiles de los estadounidenses y aumentar el abuso de los perfiles.

El Condado de Maricopa en Arizona optó por no participar en el 287(g) bajo el nuevo alguacil elegido. Hoy, el presidente Donald Trump (R) ha alentado a las agencias de aplicación de la ley de todo el país a asociarse con ICE bajo el 287(g) para ayudar a hacer cumplir las leyes de inmigración a nivel local.

Waukesha County Sheriff's Office Will Implement Immigration Enforcement 287(g) ICE Program In Late July

The Waukesha County Sheriff's Office is expected to implement immigration enforcement 287(g) in late July or early August after multiple correction's staff members become certified to carry out the duties as immigration officers inside the jail facility.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 25, 2018

Waukesha, WI - On Wednesday, Eric J. Severson, the Waukesha County Sheriff confirmed to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that multiple correction's staff members from the jail facility have been designated to take the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) 287(g) training and certification on June 18, 2018 to July 13, 2018 and upon completion, the 287(g) ICE program will be implemented at the jail facility in late July or early August. According to Sheriff Severson, the Waukesha County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) was approved for the 287(g) Delegation of Authority Program by Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan on December 12, 2017 and the final program agreement was also approved by all parties involved on March 17, 2018.
Sheriff Severson stated, "As I have stated previously, this will not effect our patrol operations. This is a corrections based program and 287(g) employees will not be put in the community enforcing immigration laws."
Severson in the application for 287(g) indicated that all ICE detainer requests to hold suspected undocumented immigrants processed at the jail for traffic violations and other crimes will be honored. In the ICE 287(g) program application on question number 14, the Waukesha County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) answered "Yes" when asked, if they accept ICE detainer requests and on question number 26, they answered that 1.3 detainers per month are honored by the WCSO.
When asked what were the 5 categories in which the WCSO come into contact and detain suspected undocumented immigrants, the WCSO identified the five violations that most undocumented immigrants are detained for, included;

• Operating while intoxicated
• Operating without a license
• Bail jumping - misdemeanor
• Operating after revocation, and
• Resisting or obstructing an officer.

According to the 287(g) program ICE application, the Waukesha County jail takes into custody more than 11 additional immigrants each month.
Voces de la Frontera, a workers and immigrant rights organization from Milwaukee will hold its annual May 1st march and rally at the City of Waukesha in protest of the foreseeable implementation of the 287(g) ICE program at the WCSO jail, which will become the first County sheriff's office in the state to be approved by ICE under the 287(g) program.
Waukesha County is a strong Republican stronghold and is a very anti-immigrant county, and those undocumented immigrants traveling to Waukesha for the VLDF march, protest and rally should be cautious. Any arrests for civil disobedience and any traffic violations by those attending the protest in Waukesha on May 1st will definitely be processed by the WCSO for immigration status as well, according to the latest partnership with ICE.
In 2012, former President Barack  H. Obama (D) suspended the 287(g) program after it was blatantly abuse by former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, which deputies were found to illegally profile Latinos as undocumented, were illegally detained and violated the civil rights of those detained under 287(g). A lawsuit filed in federal court against Sheriff Arpaio and Arizona's SB 1070 known as "Show Me Your Papers" law resulted in Obama's decision to suspend 287(g) because the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it was legal to ask for legal status from those suspected being in the country illegally, but it denied for law enforcement to detain suspected undocumented immigrants for merely not having legal documents in their person, no work authorization, undermine the civil rights of Americans and increased profiling abuse.
Maricopa County in Arizona opt-out from 287(g) under the new elected sheriff. Today, President Donald Trump (R) has encouraged law enforcement agencies around the nation to partnership with ICE under 287(g) to help enforce immigration laws at the local level.

El cuerpo femenino encontrado en una alfombra enrollada en un callejón en el sur de Milwaukee fue identificada como Jessica Rodríguez

La policía dice que el cuerpo de Rodríguez fue descubierto en una alfombra enrollada y el médico forense del condado de Milwaukee no ha determinado cuánto tiempo estuvo en el lugar.

Por H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

25 de abril del 2018

Milwaukee, WI - El cuerpo femenino con una herida de bala fue encontrado por un transeúnte el 16 de abril en un callejón cerca de la cuadra 1200 de W. Burnham St., que ha sido identificada como Jessica Rodríguez, de 23 años, madre de un niño y niña. La oficina del forense del condado de Milwaukee no ha determinado cuánto tiempo estuvo el cuerpo en el lugar.
Rodríguez es originaria de Carolina, Puerto Rico.
La policía continúa con una investigación de homicidio sobre la muerte de Rodríguez.

Milwaukee Southside Body Found In Rolled-up Carpet Identified As Jessica Rodriguez

Police say Rodriguez's body was discovered in a rolled-up carpet and the Milwaukee County Coroner hasn't determined how long she had been at the location.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 25, 2018

Milwaukee, WI - The female body with a gunshot wound was found by a passer-by on April 16 at an alley near the 1200 block of W. Burnham St., which has been identified as Jessica Rodriguez, 23, a mother of two (boy and girl). The Milwaukee County Coroner's Office has not determined how long the body had been at the location.
Rodriguez is originally from Carolina, Puerto Rico.
Police have an on going homicide investigation on Rodriguez's death.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Dallas Police Arrested Armando Luis Juarez In Connection With The Shooting Of Two Officers At A Home Depot

Two Dallas police officers remain in critical condition at a local hospital after being shot by a 29-year-old suspect at a Home Depot.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 24, 2018

Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Police Department reported that they arrested Armando Luis Juarez, 29, just after 9:00 p.m. after a vehicle chase. Juarez was sought as a person of interest in the Attempted Capital Murder of 2 Police Officers that occurred on April 24, 2018, at the Home Depot, located at 11682 Forest Central Drive. Juarez also shot a Home Depot lost and prevention officer as well, but his condition was not made available.
According to police, an off-duty Dallas police officer working as a Home Depot lost and prevention officer called police around 4:12 p.m. to report a disturbance. When two officers responded, they were shot by the suspect.
The suspect was seen leaving the location in a truck. The truck is a Ford, possibly F250, white in color with "GX4" on the back fender, ladder rack, and large exhaust pipes rising from the front of the bed.
A $5,000 reward had been offered for any information leading to the whereabouts of the suspect.

Update: Dallas Police Officer Rogelio Santander, 27, has died from his injuries when shot by Armando Luis Juarez at a Home Depot. Santander died at 8:11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Santander was shot multiple times and sustained injuries to the throat, fore head and face.
The other Dallas police officer responding to the incident who was also shot by Juarez was identified as Officer Crystal Almeida.
Also, Scott Painter was identified as the Home Depot loss and prevention officer who was shot as well. Both Almeida and Painter remain in critical condition at a hospital.

Dallas Police Seek Armando Luis Juarez In Connection For Shooting Two Officers At A Home Depot

Two Dallas police officers remain in critical condition at a local hospital after being shot by a 29-year-old suspect at a Home Depot.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 24, 2018

Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Police Department reported that they are looking for Armando Luis Juarez, 29, who is a person of interest in the Attempted Capital Murder of 2 Police Officers that occurred on April 24, 2018, at the Home Depot, located at 11682 Forest Central Drive. Juarez also shot a Home Depot lost and prevention officer as well, but his condition was not made available.
According to police, an off-duty Dallas police officer working as a Home Depot lost and prevention officer called police around 4:12 p.m. to report a disturbance. When two officers responded, they were shot by the suspect.
The suspect was seen leaving the location in a truck. The truck is a Ford, possibly F250, white in color with "GX4" on the back fender, ladder rack, and large exhaust pipes rising from the front of the bed.
A $5,000 reward has been offered for any information to the whereabouts of the suspect leading to his arrest.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Travis Jeffrey Reinking, The White Domestic Terrorist Killer Wanted For The Waffle House Mass Shooting In Antioch Arrested

Reinking, the White domestic terrorist who fatally shot four unarmed victims and wounded two others at the Waffle House restaurant in Antioch has been arrested.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

April 23, 2018

Antioch, Tennessee - On Monday, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirmed that Travis Jeffrey Reinking, 29, of Morton, Illinois had been taken into custody in Antioch. A $2,000 reward for any information leading to Reinking arrest had been offered. Reinking was wanted in connection for the April 22, 2018 fatally shooting of a Waffle House employee identified as Tuarein C. Sanderlin, 29, and customers Joe R. Pérez, 20, Deebony Groves, 21, and Akilah Dasilva, 23, and wounding Sharita Henderson, 24, and Shanita Waggoner, 21.
According to the felony criminal warrant, Reinking was wanted for four felony criminal homicide charges and two attempted murder charges, according to authorities. The criminal complaint and police investigation states that Reinking arrived at the Waffle House in his pickup truck at 3:19 a.m.  He sat inside the vehicle for three to four minutes before getting out armed with an AR-15 rifle.  He immediately opened fire on Sanderlin and Perez.  The front glass of the restaurant was also shot out.  He then went inside and continued shooting.         
Waffle House patron James Shaw, Jr., 29, initially ran to the restroom area to escape the gunfire.  He then looked and saw an opportunity to confront Reinking.  Shaw took that opportunity, wrestled the rifle from Reinking's grasp, and tossed it over the counter.  Shaw's actions undoubtedly saved many lives. Reinking, who was nude during the episode with the exception of a jacket, fled the restaurant.  He shed the jacket nearby.  It contained two magazines for the AR-15.  Reinking then walked south on Murfreesboro Pike.   
Shaw who is Afro-American was later hailed as a hero by restaurant shooting survivors. Shaw received minor injuries in the confrontation with Reinking.
Apparently after the shooting, Reinking went to his apartment after the shooting, put on a pair of pants, and again fled.  A witness reported seeing a shirtless man matching his description in a wood line behind the apartment. 
Reinking is believed to have moved to Nashville in the fall of 2017.  He worked in the crane/construction trade.  The police department has been informed that he was fired from one employer three weeks ago and started with another last Monday, but did not return to work on Tuesday.       
Reinking was arrested by the United States Secret Service for being in a restricted area near the White House in July of 2017.  He was subsequently released.  Reinking was later interviewed by Tazewell County, Illinois, authorities and the FBI.  His Illinois firearms authorization was revoked and four weapons were seized by Tazewell County authorities, among them was the AR-15 used today.  The police department has received information that the guns were returned to Reinking's father, who has acknowledged giving them back to his son.  Presently two of the four guns are unaccounted for (one of them was recovered during the apartment search). 

The Nashville Police Department  released the identity of those victims killed and wounded by Reinking's shooting spree at the Waffle House in Antioch.

•    Taurean C. Sanderlin, 29, of Goodlettsville, an employee of the restaurant who was fatally wounded as he stood outside;

•    Joe R. Pérez, 20, of Nashville, a restaurant patron who was fatally wounded as he stood outside;

•    Deebony Groves, 21, of Gallatin, who was fatally wounded inside the restaurant;

•    Akilah Dasilva, 23, of Antioch, who was critically wounded inside the restaurant and later died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Two other persons were wounded by gunfire and are being treated at Vanderbilt.  They are identified as:

•    Shanita Waggoner, 21, of Nashville; &

•    Sharita Henderson, 24, of Antioch.