Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

January 26, 2012

Lars:

It has been an interesting last full week in the month of January when it comes to criminal aliens here in the State of Oregon.

Our criminal alien of the week is a case from the not-too-distant-past, the case of Bulgarian national Doitchin Krastev, also-known-as Jason Robert Evers.

On January 27th of last year, Krastev was sentenced to 24 months in a federal prison in Portland for steeling the identification of a murdered two-year old Ohio boy, Jason Robert Evers, along with using the boy’s stolen identity to apply for a United States passport and get a job at the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC).

The Associated Press reported yesterday that Krastev was released from a federal prison in California and turned over to United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), officials.

Doitchin Krastev’s stealing of a dead Ohio boy’s identity to obtain illegal employment with the State of Oregon has caused me to question what the state can do or will do in the future to prevent fraudulent employment by foreign nationals illegally in the country?

Moving on, this week we have news from the Oregon State Legislature to report to your KXL 101.1 radio listeners about E-verify jobs legislation pending before the 2012 Oregon State Legislature, House Bill 4052 (HB 4052).

The pending E-verify jobs legislation, HB 4052, sponsored Representative Kim Thatcher, would require the State of Oregon to require all state agencies use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Citizen and Immigration Services (CIS) E-verify system.

Representative Thatcher’s E-verify legislation needs to get hearing before the 2012 Oregon State Legislature legislative to move forward and get a vote before the entire legislative assembly.

The 2012 legislative session starts next week; so Lars Larson show listeners should call or e-mail their Oregon State Senators and Representatives and ask them to give HB 4052, E-verify jobs legislation, a committee hearing (See links to Oregon State Legislature).

– State Senators: http://www.leg.state.or.us/senate/

– State Representatives: http://www.leg.state.or.us/house/

Lars, the last full week of January and two different criminal alien reports for Lars Larson show KXL 101.1 radio listeners.

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Washington County Jail

Washington County Jail

January 19, 2012

Currently there are 58 Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at the Washington County Jail in Hillsboro, Oregon for various crimes who have United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Holds placed on them by U.S. DHS–ICE.

Of the approximately 572 inmates incarcerated at the Washington County Jail on a daily basis, the 58 criminal aliens make up approximately 10.14% of the jail population (See link).

1. AYALA-SALINAS, ARTURO
2. BURGOA-LUNA, FERNANDO
3. CANDELARIO-HERNANDEZ, APOLINAR
4. CASTILLO-LOPEZ, MAURICIO LEONEL
5. CATALAN-BRITO, LEONARDO DANIEL
6. CAZARES-MENDEZ, JOSE GUADALUPE
7. CHAVEZ-MAGANA, GERARDO
8. CHINDO-RESENDIZ, RICHARDO
9. DELREAL-GALVEZ, FRANCISCO E
10. DERA-ORTEGA, OCTAVIO
11. DIAZ-BOJORQUEZ, ANGEL DE JESUS
12. DIAZ-CORTES, CRISPIN
13. DO, DUC THIEN
14. ELIAS-AYALA, JESUS
15. ELIZARRARAZ-AGUINIGA, ALFREDO
16. FERRUSCA-TELLEZ, OSCAR ARMANDO
17. GARCIA-OROZCO, SELVIN RANGEL
18. GUILLEN-CANO, GILDARDO
19. HEREDIA, VICTOR ORTEGA
20. HERNANDEZ, ALFONSO
21. HERNANDEZ, JESUS ADOLFO
22. HERNANDEZ-CASTANEDA, ANTONIO
23. HERNANDEZ-PEREZ, JOSE
24. HERNANDEZ-TAPIA, ANSELMO
25. LAUREANO, JOSUE E
26. LOPEZ-MINJAREZ, PETRONILO
27. MADRIGAL-MAGANA, SALVADOR
28. MALDONADO-ELIZALDE, JOS
29. MATA-RUBIO, BALTAZAR
30. MENDEZ-BARRON, ABRAHAM
31. MORALES-PEREZ, MARIANO
32. MUNOZ-MERLAN, FABIAN
33. MURO, YOVANE
34. NEGRETE-MUNOZ, JOSE LUIS
35. PEDRAZA, MARTHA
36. PENA, PABLO
37. PEREZ-MACHIC, JOSE
38. PIMENTEL, FIDEL NORIEGA
39. PINEDA-OCHOA, SERVANDO
40. PORTILLO-VENTURA, JOSE CARLOS
41 RAMIREZ-GONZALEZ, CARLOS
42. REGINO-PLANCARTE, OSCAR A
43. REYES-SANCHEZ, JORGE
44. REYNAGA-GONZALEZ, MARIA
45. RUIZ-MATIAS, ADRIANA
46. SANCHEZ-ABARCA, RIGOBERTO
47. SOTO-CONTRERAS, JOSE JUAN
48. VALENCIA-VALENCIA, ELIAZAR
49. VALVERDE-MARTINEZ, ISAIAS
50. VARGAS-SALAZAR, ROMAN
51. VASQUEZ-CRUZ, MAGDALENO
52. VILLALOBOS, DAVID
53. VIVEROS-VARGAS, MANUEL
54. VOLYNETS-VASYLCHENKO, VLADYSAV
55. WASHINGTON, HARROLD
56. YEPEZ-CARRILLO, MIGUEL ANGEL
57. ZEA-HERNANDEZ, RICARDO
58. ZEPEDA, VICTOR HUGO

http://www.co.washington.or.us/Sheriff/Jail/who-is-in-custody.cfm

The cost to incarcerate a prisoner at the Washington County Jail is ($110.00) per day.

So, the cost to incarcerate 58 criminal aliens at the Washington County Jail is ($6,380.00) per day, ($44,660.00) per week, or ($2,328,700.00) per year.

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Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

January 19, 2012

Lars:

It has been an interesting third full week in the month of January when it comes to criminal aliens here in the State of Oregon.

Thursday, January 19th, the Washington County Jail in Hillsboro, Oregon had 58 criminal aliens incarcerated at the jail, 10.14% of the jail population the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents had identified as possibly being in the county illegally. Three of the 58 criminal aliens with U.S. DHS–ICE holds at the Washington County Jail were involved in some type of drug crime, 5.17% of the alien jail population (methamphetamine, heroin, and marijuana).

This week we don’t have a specific criminal alien of the week to report to your KXL 101.1 radio listeners but instead we want to bring to their attention E-verify jobs legislation pending before the 2012 Oregon State Legislature, Legislative Council 88 (LC 88).

The pending E-verify jobs legislation, LC 88, sponsored Representative Kim Thatcher, would require the State of Oregon to require all state agencies use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Citizen and Immigration Services (CIS) E-verify system.

Representative Thatcher’s E-verify legislation needs to get additional sponsors to sign on to the bill before the 2012 Oregon State Legislature legislative session starts next week.

Lars Larson show listeners should call their Oregon State Senators and Representatives and ask them to sign up as co-sponsors of LC 88, E-verify jobs legislation, by 4:00 P.M. Friday January 20th of this week (See links to Oregon State Legislature).

– State Senators: http://www.leg.state.or.us/senate/

– State Representatives: http://www.leg.state.or.us/house/

Lars, the third full week of January and two different criminal alien reports for Lars Larson show KXL 101.1 radio listeners.

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Use E-Verify (Wallowa County)

Wallowa.com
The community website of the Wallowa County Chieftain, Enterprise, Oregon

Use E-Verify

Posted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 10:12 am | Updated: 10:14 am, Wed Jan 18, 2012.

To the Editor:

Wallowa County Commissioners Hayward, Roberts, and Castilleja should require Wallowa County government use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Citizen and Immigration Services (CIS) E-Verify system.

The importance of Wallowa County using the U.S. DHS CIS E-Verify system really becomes apparent with Oregon’s unemployment rate in November being 9.1 percent (167,563 were unemployed). The county’s November unemployment numbers were at 10.8 percent; 354 residents were unemployed.

Unemployed Oregonians who are U.S. citizens or foreign citizens legally present with authorization to work in the country should not have to compete for jobs with a purported 97,000 undocumented foreign national workers illegally in the state, a number that equates to 4.9 percent of the state’s civilian labor force.

If all Oregon employers not currently using the E-Verify system were required to use it, Oregon’s unemployment rate would drop dramatically because all new jobs created in the state would go to those authorized to work in the country.

Currently 2,227 Oregon employers use the 98.6-percent accurate E-Verify system.

Fifteen of thirty-six Oregon county governments are now using the E-Verify system (Clatsop, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties).

Six Wallowa County businesses presently use the E-Verify system.

Wallowa County residents should contact Commissioners Hayward, Roberts, and Castilleja and ask them to require Wallowa County government use the U.S. DHS CIS E-Verify system so if a job opening becomes available to work for the county a qualified U.S. citizen or foreign citizen legally present with authorization to work in the country can be first in line for that job.

David Olen Cross

Salem

http://wallowa.com/opinion/letters_to_editor/use-e-verify/article_4dca2ff2-4200-11e1-97ac-0019bb2963f4.html

 

Umatilla County Jail

Umatilla County Jail

January 18, 2012

Currently there are two Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at the Umatilla County Jail in Pendleton, Oregon for various crimes that have United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Holds placed on them by U.S.DHS–ICE (See links).

1. Garfias-Lopez , Alfredo
2. Ibarra , Roel Negrete

http://www.co.umatilla.or.us/deptwebs/jail/roster/alljail.htm

http://www.co.umatilla.or.us/sheriff.htm

Of the 142 inmates incarcerated at the Umatilla County Jail, the two criminal aliens make up 1.41% of the jail population.

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Malheur County government should use E-Verify

The Argus Observer

Opinion

Letter To The Editor

Tuesday, January 17, 2012 11:13 AM PST

Malheur County government should use E-Verify

Dear Editor,

Malheur County Judge Joyce, Commissioners Wettstein and Hodge, should require Malheur County government use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Citizen and Immigration Services E-Verify system.

The importance of Malheur County using the U.S. DHS CIS E-Verify system really becomes apparent with Oregon’s unemployment rate in November being 9.1 percent, 167,563 were unemployed. The county’s November unemployment numbers were at 10.3 percent; 1,132 residents were unemployed.

Unemployed Oregonians who are U.S. citizens or foreign citizens legally present with authorization to work in the country should not have to compete for jobs with a purported 97,000 undocumented foreign national workers illegally in the state, a number that equates to 4.9 percent of the states civilian labor force.

If all Oregon employers not currently using the E-Verify system were required to use it, Oregon’s unemployment rate would drop dramatically because all new jobs created in the state would go to those authorized to work in the country. Currently 2,227 Oregon employers use the 98.6 percent accurate E-Verify system.

Fifteen of 36 Oregon county governments are now using the E-Verify system (Clatsop, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties). Fifteen Malheur County businesses and government entities (Ontario School District 8C and Vale School District No. 8) presently use the E-Verify system.

Malheur County residents should contact Judge Joyce, Commissioners Wettstein and Hodge, and ask them to require Malheur County government use the U.S. DHS CIS E-Verify system so if a job opening becomes available to work for the county a qualified U.S. citizen or foreign citizen legally present with authorization to work in the country can be first in line for that job.

David Olen Cross

Salem

http://www.argusobserver.com/articles/2012/01/17/opinion/doc4f15c73bbec32014624127.txt

 

E-Verify IDs (Wasco County)

The Dalles Chronicle
http://www.GorgeNews.com

Letters to the Editor – Jan. 15

Sunday, January 15, 2012
The Dalles Chronicle

E-Verify IDs

To the editor:

I don’t know why Wasco County is not listed as an Oregon county using the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Citizen and Immigration Services (CIS) E-Verify system .

Documented Oregon counties using the U.S. DHS CIS E-Verify system are Clatsop, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill.

Just a reminder, the E-Verify system is operated by the DHS in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA).

The significance of the E-Verify system is that it compares information from both the Form I-9 to data from DHS and SSA records to confirm employment eligibility (See link).

www.dhs.gov/files/programs/gc_1185221678150.shtm

Commissioners Runyon and Hege, I ask the Commissioners to please investigate why Wasco County is not on the current list of Oregon counties using the E-Verify system.

David Olen Cross
Salem

Editor’s note: Wasco County uses the Social Security Number Verification System to validate applicants’ Social Security Numbers, which Tyler Stone, Wasco County administrator, says goes above the verification requirements. In researching the EVerify system with an attorney familiar with I-9-related issues, Stone said he was advised the Homeland Security system uses the same database as the process the county uses. He also was advised that EVerify is more cumbersome and not many employers are voluntarily signing up.

http://gorgenews.com/news/?p=11959