Honduran illegal immigrant, repeat child sex-offender arrested again after previous same-day release in Virginia

He was let go in July after producing child pornography.


Washington, DC law enforcement officials apprehended an illegal immigrant from Honduras and charged him with sexually abuse of a Virginia minor and production of child sex abuse materials. He was detained earlier in July for similar charges and released the same day. 

Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) of Washington, DC arrested the 21-year-old illegal immigrant on Dec. 4 at his residence in Springfield, VA. His name was not released The alleged criminal assaulted law enforcement officials during the arrest. 

“Fairfax County refused to honor the ICE detainer lodged against this Honduran noncitizen,” said Deputy Field Office Director Erik Weiss about the previous arrest, in a press release. The release did not name the Honduran national. 

“When ICE detainers are ignored by local authorities, the public is put at risk; unfortunately, this time the result was the unnecessary injury of a federal law enforcement officer while prosecuting the arrest of a noncitizen charged with sexually abusing a Virginia minor and producing child sexual abuse material. ERO Washington remains dedicated to protecting the residents of our communities against threats posed by unlawfully present noncitizens.” 

In July 2023, the Fairfax County Sherrif's office arrested the Honduran national and charged him with carnal knowledge of a child between the ages of 13 and 14 without force, producing child sex material, and possession of child sex material. 

The day of his arrest in July, the Pacific Enforcement Response Center lodged an immigration detainer against the national with the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center, which the center did not honor. He was released without the detention center notifying ERO Washington.  

He was arrested again on Jan. 4 at his home in Springfield, Virginia and punched a law enforcement officer during the process. 

A similar occurrence happened in Boston, where an illegal immigrant raped a disabed person and was let go by authorities in November but was then re-arrested in January. 

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