Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

February 16, 2012

Lars:

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

Wednesday, February 15th, the Marion County Correctional Facility (MCCF) in Salem, Oregon had 38 criminal aliens incarcerated at the jail, 9.59% 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. Four of the 38 criminal aliens with U.S. DHS–ICE holds at the MCCF were involved in some type of drug crime, 10.53% of the alien jail population (methamphetamine and heroin).

Thursday, February 16th, Northern Oregon Regional Corrections (NORCOR) in The Dalles, Oregon had nine criminal aliens incarcerated at the jail, 10.23% of the jail population the U.S. DHS–ICE agents had identified as possibly being in the county illegally. Three of the nine criminal aliens with U.S. DHS–ICE holds at the NORCOR were involved in some type of drug crime, 33.33% of the alien jail population (marijuana).

This week we have a criminal alien of the week to report to your radio listeners.

Wednesday, February 8th in a Washington County Circuit Court, 61-year old Serafin Vega Bernabe was convicted of first degree sex abuse.

The judge sentenced Vega Bernabe to a term of 75 months in Oregon’s state prison system.

A little background on Vega Bernabe’s crime, his victim was an 11-year old girl who he was caught openly molesting in a Washington County park.

Serafin Vega Bernabe while being incarcerated at the Washington County Jail in Hillsboro was identified by U.S. DHS–ICE agents as possibly being in the county illegally subsequently they place an ICE hold on him.

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

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Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities

Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities

February 16, 2012

Currently there are nine Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities (NORCOR) in The Dalles, 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 (See links).

1. ANGEL CAMPOS, JUAN CARLOS
2. ESTRADA, EFRIEN MORALES
3. GONZALEZ VARGAS, MARIANO
4. HERNANDEZ ESTRADA, JORGE
5. IBARRA ESTRADA, ONOFRE
6. LULO VILLA, ISIDORO
7. MUNOZ, EDUARDO GARCIA
8. RODRIGUEZ GOMEZ, RODRIGO
9. ZAMORA, JAVIER MORENO

http://www.norcor.co.wasco.or.us/eagle/ICURRENT.HTM

http://www.norcor.co.wasco.or.us/index.htm

Of the 88 inmates incarcerated at NORCOR, the nine criminal aliens make up 10.23% of the jail population.

For the two months of 2012, NORCOR has averaged 8.0 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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Marion County Correctional Facility

Marion County Correctional Facility

February 15, 2012

What follows is information taken from the Marion County Sheriff / Marion County Correctional Facility (MCCF) website for Inmate / Offender Information, Full Jail Inmate Roster, relating to the number of MCCF prisoners the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has identified as possibly being in the county illegally, U.S. DHS–ICE prisoners charged with drug crimes, and the approximate incarceration cost to Marion County to house its U.S. DHS–ICE jail population (See links).

Total MCCF Inmates: 396

Total MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold: 38

Percent MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold: 9.59%

Total MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL METH: 2

Percent MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL METH: 5.26%

Total MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL HERION: 2

Percent MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL HERION: 5.26%

Total MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL COCAINE: 0

Percent MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL COCAINE: 0.00%

Total MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL Marijuana: 0

Percent MCCF Inmates with ICE Hold POS/DEL Marijuana: 0.00%

MCCF Incarceration Cost Per Inmate Per Day: $107.74

MCCF Incarceration Cost Per Day of 38 Inmates with ICE Holds: $4,094.12

MCCF Incarceration Cost Per Week of 38 Inmates with ICE Holds: $28,658.84

MCCF Incarceration Cost Per Year of 38 Inmates with ICE Holds: $1,494,353.80

http://apps.co.marion.or.us/JailRosters/mccfi_mcso.htm

http://www.co.marion.or.us/SO/Institutions/inmateoffender/

For the two months of 2012, the MCCF has averaged 41.50 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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State agencies should use E-Verify (HB 4052)

HermistonHerald.com
Guest opinion: State agencies should use E-Verify

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 2:02 pm

Oregon’s state senators and representatives during the 2012 Oregon State Legislature session have an opportunity to help unemployed Oregonians by supporting and passing House Bill 4052 (HB 4052), which is legislation requiring all state government agencies use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Citizen and Immigration Services (CIS) E-verify system.

Sponsored by State Reps. Kim Thatcher, Jeff Barker, Vicki Berger, Katie Eyre Brewer, Sal Esquivel, Tim Freeman, Sherrie Sprenger, Jim Thompson, Gene Whisnant, and Matt Wingard, HB 4052 would put the State of Oregon more in line with the United States federal government that requires all federal agencies use the U.S. DHS CIS E-verify system.

The state legislature requiring all state agencies use the E-verify system would not be a matter of starting from scratch for the State of Oregon because all or portions of six state agencies already use the E-verify system (Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Military Department, Oregon Parks and Recreation, Oregon Corrections Enterprises, Oregon State University, University of Oregon, Oregon Health Science University, and Portland State University).

The importance the state legislature passing E-verify legislation really becomes apparent when looking at Oregon’s unemployment rate for December 2011 being at 8.9 percent; ranking the state in the top fourteen of fifty states for percentage of unemployed residents; 175,830 Oregonians were unemployed. Legislators should also be aware that Oregon’s unemployed are in competition for scarce jobs with an estimated 97,000 foreign national workers illegally in the state, 4.9 percent of the state’s domestic workforce.

If Oregon’s state legislators need some convincing examples of E-verify system success stories, they won’t have to look to far because at least seventeen states — 34 percent of the states — have laws requiring their state governments use the E-verify system; nine of those states had December 2011 seasonally adjusted unemployment rates lower than Oregon: Alabama (8.1 percent); Arizona (8.7 percent); Idaho (8.4 percent); Missouri (8.0 percent); Nebraska (4.1 percent); Oklahoma (6.1 percent); Tennessee (8.7 percent); Utah (6.0 percent); and Virginia (6.2 percent).

State legislators need not look beyond Oregon for E-verify system success stories because fifteen of thirty-six Oregon county governments — 42 percent of the state’s counties — use the E-verify system (Clatsop, Coos, Crook, Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill counties).

Statewide 2,787 Oregon public and private sector employers are successfully using the 98.6 percent accurate, fast response time, user free E-verify system.

The state legislature’s passage of HB 4052 requiring the State of Oregon —the largest public employer — to use the E-verify system would be far beyond being a symbolic gesture by state legislator’s voting for the legislation considering over the last four years Oregonians have suffered and continue to suffer unemployment numbers not seen since the “Great Depression.”

Oregonians should call or e-mail their state senator and representative and ask them to support and pass HB 4052, legislation requiring all State of Oregon government agencies use the U.S. DHS CIS E-verify system, so if a job opening becomes available to work for the state a qualified person with authorization to work in the country will be first in line for that job.

David Olen Cross of Salem (docfnc@yahoo.com) lobbies the Oregon Legislature on issues related to immigration and foreign national crime.

http://www.hermistonherald.com/opinion/editorials/guest-opinion-state-agencies-should-use-e-verify/article_cb3fff40-5757-11e1-89f2-001871e3ce6c.html?cbst=26

 

Linn County Corrections

Linn County Corrections

February 11, 2012

Currently there are seven Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at Linn County Corrections in Albany, Oregon for various crimes who have a 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. HERNANDEZ-MENDOZA, EDGAR
2. JIMINEZ, LUIS
3. PALACIOS-RAMIREZ, CARLOS
4. PERALTA-BASILIO, FIELIPE
5. RECIO-AYON, MANUEL
6. RODRIGUEZ-RODRIGUEZ, SAUL
7. ZAVALA, MIGUEL

http://www.linnsheriff.org/Upload/inmrost1.htm

http://www.linnsheriff.org/jail.html

For the two months of 2012, Linn County Corrections has averaged 7.0 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

February 9, 2012

Lars:

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

Wednesday, February 8th, the Clackamas County Jail in Oregon City, Oregon had 14 criminal aliens incarcerated at the jail, 3.22% 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 14 criminal aliens with U.S. DHS–ICE holds at the Clackamas County Jail were involved in some type of drug crime, 21.43% of the alien jail population (methamphetamine, and marijuana).

Thursday, February 9th, the Jackson County Jail in Medford, Oregon had 16 criminal aliens incarcerated at the jail, 6.96% of the jail population U.S. DHS–ICE agents had identified as possibly being in the county illegally. Ten of the 16 criminal aliens with U.S. DHS–ICE holds at the Jackson County Jail were involved in some type of drug crime, 62.50% of the alien jail population (methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin).

This week we have a criminal alien of the week story to report to your radio listeners.

Monday, February 6th, Rolin Guillermo Arteaga-Soto, a Honduran national, pleaded guilty to delivering heroin that led to the overdose death of a 24-year old Troutdale resident Doug Densem in June 2011.

A Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge sentenced Arteaga-Soto to more than six years in prison for Densem’s death.

Arteaga-Soto, at the time of his arrest, had 10 ounces of heroin in his possession, enough to supply the junkies of the county with more than 280 doses of the illicit drug.

Rolin Guillermo Arteaga-Soto while incarcerated at the Multnomah County Jail was identified by U.S. DHS–ICE agents as possibly being in the county illegally subsequently they place an ICE hold on him.

Lars, the second full week of February, and three different criminal alien reports for your KXL 101.1 radio listeners.

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Jackson County Jail

Jackson County Jail

February 9, 2012

Currently there are 16 Foreign Nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail in Medford, 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. BERRELLEZ-PAREDES,JESUS IGNACIO
2. CARRANZA-MARTINEZ,ADRIAN MISAE
3. CAZARES-CHAVEZ,FRANCISCO IVAN
4. CORTEZ-SANCHEZ,ANTONIO
5. FELIX-ZAZUETA,ORACIO
6. GALLEGOS,FIDEL
7. GODINEZ,JOSE DANIEL
8. GONZALEZ-ORTIZ,MIGUEL A
9. MEDINA-RODRIGUEZ,GUADALUPE
10. MEDINA-VALDEZ,JOSE MELECIANO
11. NAVA-RUIZ,CARLOS
12. OROZCO-LOPEZ,JUAN
13. RODRIGUEZ-AYALA,ROSALIO
14. SANTOS-REYES,ALEJANDRO
15. SINTZUN-RUBIO,MIGUEL ANGEL
16. TELLEZ-VILLEGAS,SERGIO

http://inmate.jacksoncounty.org/

http://www.co.jackson.or.us/Page.asp?NavID=1623

Of the 230 inmates that can be incarcerated at the Jackson County Jail, the 16 criminal aliens take up approximately 6.96% of the jails capacity to house inmates.

For the two months of 2012, the Jackson County Jail has averaged 12.50 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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