Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

May 29, 2014

Lars:

According to the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Population Profile dated May 1, 2014 DOC indicated there were 14,657 prisoners incarcerated in DOC’s 14 prisons.

Not included in DOC’s May 1st Inmate Population Profile was DOC data indicating there were 1,133 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in its prison system.

All 1,133 criminal aliens incarcerated on May 1st by DOC had United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE), detainers. The U.S. DHS–ICE is responsible for indentifying whether a DOC inmate is a criminal alien or a domestic inmate. If an inmate is identified as being a criminal alien, at U.S. DHS–ICE’s request, the DOC places an “ICE detainer” on the inmate that directs DOC officials to transfer custody to ICE following completion of the inmate’s state sanction.

Criminal aliens made up approximately 7.73% of the DOC May 1st prison population.

Comparing DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers from May 1, 2008 (1,070 criminal aliens) and May 1, 2014 (1,133 criminal aliens), the DOC prison system incarcerated 63 criminal aliens more than it did on May 1, 2008, a 5.89% increase.

When comparing DOC domestic criminal incarceration numbers from May 1, 2008 (12,544 domestic criminals) and May 1, 2014 (13,524 domestic criminals), the DOC prison system incarcerated 980 domestic criminals more than it did on May 1, 2008, a 7.81% increase.

Bringing the preceding numbers together, from May 1st 2008 – 2014, six years, the DOC prison population grew by 1,043 domestic and criminal alien prisoners; 6.04% of the overall growth was in criminal alien prisoners.

A review of the 1,133 criminal aliens in DOC prisons by number per county and percentage (%) per county equated to the following: 0-Baker (0.00%); 15-Benton (1.32%); 78-Clackamas (6.88%); 4-Clatsop (0.35%); 1-Columbia (0.09%); 5-Coos (0.44%); 2-Crook (0.18%); 0-Curry (0.00%); 19-Deschutes (1.68%); 5-Douglas (0.44%); 1-Gilliam (0.09%); 0-Grant (0.00%); 0-Harney (0.00%); 5-Hood River (0.44%); 49-Jackson (4.32%); 9-Jefferson (0.79%); 7-Josephine (0.62%); 8-Klamath (0.71%); 0-Lake (0.00); 58-Lane (5.12%); 9-Lincoln (0.79%); 28-Linn (2.47%); 12-Malheur (1.06%); 266-Marion (23.48%); 4-Morrow (0.35%); 275-Multnomah (24.27%); 1-OOS (0.09%); 17-Polk (1.50%); 0-Sherman (0.00%); 4-Tillamook (0.35%); 19-Umatilla (1.68%); 3-Union (0.26); 0-Wallowa (0.00%); 3-Wasco (0.26%); 195-Washington (17.21%); 0-Wheeler (0.00%); and 31-Yamhill (2.74%).

Your listeners should be aware the types of crime committed against their fellow Oregonians by the 1,133 criminal aliens.

A review of the 1,133 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers per crime and percentage (%) per crime equated to the following: 2-arsons (0.18%); 105-assaults (9.27%); 24-burglaries (2.12%); 14-driving offenses (1.23%); 175-drugs (15.44%); 0-escape (0.00%); 3-forgeries (0.26%); 146-homicides (12.89%); 47-kidnappings (4.15%); 57-others (5.03%); 176-rapes (15.53%); 67-robberies (5.91%); 207-sex abuses (18.27%); 93-sodomies (8.21%); 12-thefts (1.06%); and 5-vehicle thefts (0.44%). Listeners should not overlook the source of the preceding crimes, the country of origin of the 1,133 criminal aliens in DOC prisons.

The self-declared counties of origin of the 1,133 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers and percentage (%) per country equated to the following: 6-Canada (0.53%); 11-Cuba (0.97%); 15-El Salvador (1.32%); 7-Federated States of Micronesia (0.62%); 32-Guatemala (2.82%); 11-Honduras (0.97%); 6-Laos (0.53%); 918-Mexico (81.02%); 83-others (7.32%); 6-Philippines (0.53%); 9-Russia (0.79%); 12-Ukraine (1.06%); and 17-Vietnam (1.50%).

Beyond the DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers and incarceration percentages, per county and per crime type, or even country of origin, criminal aliens pose high economic cost on Oregonians.

An individual prisoner incarcerated in the DOC prison system costs the state approximately ($87.08) per day; the cost to incarcerate a prisoner increased ($2.27) per day in May 2014, a 2.67% increase from 2013’s cost of ($84.81) per day.

The DOC’s incarceration cost for its 1,133 criminal alien prison population is approximately ($98,661.64) per day, ($690,631.48) per week, and ($36,011,498.60) per year.

None of my preceding cost estimates for the DOC to incarcerate the 1,133 criminal aliens include the dollar amount for legal services (indigent defense), court costs, nor cost estimates to cover victim assistance.

An unfortunate fact, the State of Oregon is not fully cooperating with the U.S. DHS–ICE to fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon. In year 2007, a United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) report titled “Cooperation of SCAAP (State Criminal Alien Assistance Program) Recipients in the Removal of Criminal Aliens from the United States, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General Audit Division, Audit Report 07-07, October 2007, Redacted-Public Version” identified the State of Oregon as having an official “state sanctuary statute,”

ORS 181.850 Enforcement of federal immigration laws. The USDOJ, the federal governments top law enforcement agency, identified Oregon as a “sanctuary” for criminal aliens.

The State of Oregon should no longer be classified by U.S. federal government law enforcement as having an official “state sanctuary statute” for criminal aliens, nor should Oregon be a sanctuary for criminal aliens to kill, rape, maim or poison Oregonians.

Lars, the last full week of May and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show FM 101.1 radio listeners.

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Criminal Aliens in the Oregon Department of Corrections Prison System

Criminal Aliens in the Oregon Department of Corrections Prison System

May 9, 2014

According to the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Population Profile dated April 1, 2014 DOC indicated there were 14,625 prisoners incarcerated in DOC’s 14.

Not included in DOC’s April 1st Inmate Population Profile was DOC data indicating there were 1,149 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in its prison system.

All 1,149 criminal aliens incarcerated on April 1st by DOC had United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE), detainers. The U.S. DHS–ICE is responsible for indentifying whether a DOC inmate is a criminal alien or a domestic inmate. If an inmate is identified as being a criminal alien, at U.S. DHS–ICE’s request, the DOC places an “ICE detainer” on the inmate that directs DOC officials to transfer custody to ICE following completion of the inmate’s state sanction.

Criminal aliens made up approximately 7.86% of the DOC April 1st prison population (See table).

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Month/Day/Year DOC Total Inmates DOC Domestic Inmates DOC Inmates W/ICE detainers DOC % Inmates W/ICE detainers
April 1, 2008 13,588 12,508 1,080 7.95%
April 1, 2009 13,845 12,672 1,173 8.47%
April 1, 2010 13,940 12,720 1,220 8.75%
April 1, 2011 14,017 12,760 1,257 8.97%
April 1, 2012 14,060 12,776 1,284 9.13%
April 1, 2013 14,367 13,173 1,194 8.31%
April 1, 2014 14,625 13,476 1,149 7.86%

Source: Research and Evaluation DOC Unit-ICE inmates lists 01 APRIL 08rtf – 01 APRIL 14.rtf and Inmate Population Profile 01 APRIL 08– 01 APRIL 14.

Comparing DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers from April 1, 2008 (1,080 criminal aliens) and April 1, 2014 (1,149 criminal aliens), the DOC prison system incarcerated 69 criminal aliens more than it did on April 1, 2008, a 6.39% increase (See table).

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Month/Day/Year DOC Total Inmates W/ICE detainers DOC Inmates W/ICE detainers # Increase or (Decrease) from Previous Year DOC Inmates W/ICE detainers % Increase or (Decrease) from Previous Year
April 1, 2008 1,080 ———— ————
April 1, 2009 1,173 93 8.61%
April 1, 2010 1,220 47 4.01%
April 1, 2011 1,257 37 3.03%
April 1, 2012 1,284 27 2.15%
April 1, 2013 1,194 (90) (7.01%)
April 1, 2014 1,149 (45) (3.77%)
Total 69 6.39%

Source: Research and Evaluation DOC Unit-ICE inmates lists 01 APRIL 08rtf – 01 APRIL 14.rtf and Inmate Population Profile 01 APRIL 08– 01 APRIL 14.

When comparing DOC domestic criminal incarceration numbers from April 1, 2008 (12,508 domestic criminals) and April 1, 2014 (13,476 domestic criminals), the DOC prison system incarcerated 968 domestic criminals more than it did on April 1, 2008, a 7.74% increase (See table).

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Month/Day/Year DOC Total Domestic Inmates DOC Domestic Inmates # Increase or (Decrease) from Previous Year DOC Domestic Inmates % Increase or (Decrease) from Previous Year
April 1, 2008 12,508 ———— ————
April 1, 2009 12,672 164 1.31%
April 1, 2010 12,720 48 0.38%
April 1, 2011 12,760 40 0.31%
April 1, 2012 12,776 16 0.12%
April 1, 2013 13,173 397 3.11%
April 1, 2014 13,476 303 2.30%
Total 968 7.74%

Source: Research and Evaluation DOC Unit-ICE inmates lists 01 APRIL 08rtf – 01 APRIL 14.rtf and Inmate Population Profile 01 APRIL 08– 01 APRIL 14.

Bringing the preceding numbers together, from April 1st 2008 – 2014, six years, the DOC prison population grew by 1,037 domestic and criminal alien prisoners; 6.65% of the overall growth was in criminal alien prisoners.

A review of the 1,149 criminal aliens in DOC prisons by number per county and percentage (%) per county equated to the following: 0-Baker (0.00%); 15-Benton (1.30%); 81-Clackamas (7.05%); 5-Clatsop (0.43%); 1-Columbia (0.09%); 5-Coos (0.43%); 2-Crook (0.17%); 0-Curry (0.00%); 18-Deschutes (1.57%); 6-Douglas (0.52%); 1-Gilliam (0.09%); 0-Grant (0.00%); 0-Harney (0.00%); 5-Hood River (0.43%); 50-Jackson (4.35%); 9-Jefferson (0.78%); 7-Josephine (0.61%); 8-Klamath (0.70%); 0-Lake (0.00); 57-Lane (4.96%); 9-Lincoln (0.78%); 28-Linn (2.44%); 12-Malheur (1.04%); 271-Marion (23.58%); 5-Morrow (0.43%); 274-Multnomah (23.85%); 1-OOS (0.09%); 17-Polk (1.48%); 0-Sherman (0.00%); 4-Tillamook (0.35%); 20-Umatilla (1.74%); 4-Union (0.35); 0-Wallowa (0.00%); 3-Wasco (0.26%); 199-Washington (17.32%); 0-Wheeler (0.00%); and 32-Yamhill (2.72%).

No member of the Oregon State Legislature should forget the uncounted crime victims and their families, no matter what their immigration status, all victims of the 1,149 criminal aliens incarcerated in DOC prisons.

A review of the 1,149 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers per crime and percentage (%) per crime equated to the following: 2-arsons (0.17%); 105-assaults (9.14%); 28-burglaries (2.44%); 15-driving offenses (1.30%); 177-drugs (15.40%); 0-escape (0.00%); 3-forgeries (0.26%); 147-homicides (12.79%); 48-kidnappings (4.18%); 57-others (4.96%); 176-rapes (15.32%); 71-robberies (6.18%); 211-sex abuses (18.36%); 93-sodomies (8.09%); 11-thefts (0.96%); and 5-vehicle thefts (0.43%).

Oregon State Legislators should not overlook the source of the preceding crimes, the country of origin of the 1,149 criminal aliens in DOC prisons.

The self-declared counties of origin of the 1,149 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers and percentage (%) per country equated to the following: 7-Canada (0.61%); 11-Cuba (0.96%); 15-El Salvador (1.30%); 7-Federated States of Micronesia (0.61%); 33-Guatemala (2.87%); 12-Honduras (1.04%); 6-Laos (0.52%); 929-Mexico (80.85%); 87-others (7.57%); 6-Philippines (0.52%); 8-Russia (0.70%); 11-Ukraine (0.96%); and 17-Vietnam (1.48%).

Beyond the DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers and incarceration percentages, per county and per crime type, or even country of origin, criminal aliens pose high economic cost on Oregonians.

An individual prisoner incarcerated in the DOC prison system costs the state approximately ($87.08) per day; the cost to incarcerate a prisoner increased ($2.27) per day in April 2014, a 2.67% increase from 2013’s cost of ($84.81) per day (See link).

http://www.oregon.gov/doc/GECO/docs/pdf/IB_53_quick_facts.pdf

The DOC’s incarceration cost for its 1,149 criminal alien prison population is approximately ($100,054.92) per day, ($700,384.44) per week, and ($36,520,045.80) per year.

Even taking into account fiscal year 2013 United States Federal Government State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) award of $2,146,935.00, if the State of Oregon receives the same amount of SCAAP funding for fiscal year 2014, the cost to incarcerate 1,149 criminal aliens to the DOC will be at least ($34,373,110.80) (See link).

https://www.bja.gov/Funding/13SCAAPawards.pdf

None of preceding cost estimates for the DOC to incarcerate the 1,149 criminal aliens include the dollar amount for legal services (indigent defense), court costs, nor cost estimates to cover victim assistance.

An unfortunate fact, the State of Oregon is not fully cooperating with the U.S. DHS–ICE to fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon.

In year 2007, a United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) report titled “Cooperation of SCAAP (State Criminal Alien Assistance Program) Recipients in the Removal of Criminal Aliens from the United States, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General Audit Division, Audit Report 07-07, April 2007, Redacted-Public Version” identified the State of Oregon as having an official “state sanctuary statute,” ORS 181.850 Enforcement of federal immigration laws (See link).

http://www.usdoj.gov/oig/reports/OJP/a0707/final.pdf

The USDOJ, the federal governments top law enforcement agency, identified Oregon as a “sanctuary” for criminal aliens.

An Oregon law, Oregon Revised Statue 181.850 (ORS 181.850), Section (1), prohibits Oregon law enforcement (Oregon State Police (OSP), county sheriffs, city police departments) from asking immigration status of anyone residing in the State of Oregon “for the purpose of detecting or apprehending persons whose only violation of law is that they are persons of foreign citizenship present in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws.” Under ORS 181.850, Section (2), Oregon law enforcement may exchange information with U.S. DHS–ICE . . . “in order to: Subsection (a), “Verify the immigration status of a person if the person is arrested for any criminal offense;” or, Subsection (b), “Request criminal investigation information with reference to persons named in records of the” U.S. DHS–ICE . . . (See link).

http://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/lawsstatutes/2013ors181.html

The State of Oregon should no longer be classified by U.S. federal government law enforcement as having an official “state sanctuary statute” for criminal aliens, nor should Oregon be a sanctuary for criminal aliens to kill, rape, maim or abuse Oregonians.

Oregonians should contact their Oregon State Senator and Representative and ask them to reintroduce, support and pass legislation like HB 2803 (legislation offered during the 2011 session) during the next legislative session that would empower law enforcement to fight foreign national crime in the state.

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Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

May 8, 2014

Lars:

According to the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Population Profile dated April 1, 2014 DOC indicated there were 14,625 prisoners incarcerated in DOC’s 14 prisons.

Not included in DOC’s April 1st Inmate Population Profile was DOC data indicating there were 1,149 foreign nationals (criminal aliens) incarcerated in its prison system.

All 1,149 criminal aliens incarcerated on April 1st by DOC had United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE), detainers. The U.S. DHS–ICE is responsible for indentifying whether a DOC inmate is a criminal alien or a domestic inmate. If an inmate is identified as being a criminal alien, at U.S. DHS–ICE’s request, the DOC places an “ICE detainer” on the inmate that directs DOC officials to transfer custody to ICE following completion of the inmate’s state sanction.

Criminal aliens made up approximately 7.86% of the DOC April 1st prison population.

Comparing DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers from April 1, 2008 (1,080 criminal aliens) and April 1, 2014 (1,149 criminal aliens), the DOC prison system incarcerated 69 criminal aliens more than it did on April 1, 2008, a 6.39% increase.

When comparing DOC domestic criminal incarceration numbers from April 1, 2008 (12,508 domestic criminals) and April 1, 2014 (13,476 domestic criminals), the DOC prison system incarcerated 968 domestic criminals more than it did on April 1, 2008, a 7.74% increase.

Bringing the preceding numbers together, from April 1st 2008 – 2014, six years, the DOC prison population grew by 1,037 domestic and criminal alien prisoners; 6.65% of the overall growth was in criminal alien prisoners.

A review of the 1,149 criminal aliens in DOC prisons by number per county and percentage (%) per county equated to the following: 0-Baker (0.00%); 15-Benton (1.30%); 81-Clackamas (7.05%); 5-Clatsop (0.43%); 1-Columbia (0.09%); 5-Coos (0.43%); 2-Crook (0.17%); 0-Curry (0.00%); 18-Deschutes (1.57%); 6-Douglas (0.52%); 1-Gilliam (0.09%); 0-Grant (0.00%); 0-Harney (0.00%); 5-Hood River (0.43%); 50-Jackson (4.35%); 9-Jefferson (0.78%); 7-Josephine (0.61%); 8-Klamath (0.70%); 0-Lake (0.00); 57-Lane (4.96%); 9-Lincoln (0.78%); 28-Linn (2.44%); 12-Malheur (1.04%); 271-Marion (23.58%); 5-Morrow (0.43%); 274-Multnomah (23.85%); 1-OOS (0.09%); 17-Polk (1.48%); 0-Sherman (0.00%); 4-Tillamook (0.35%); 20-Umatilla (1.74%); 4-Union (0.35); 0-Wallowa (0.00%); 3-Wasco (0.26%); 199-Washington (17.32%); 0-Wheeler (0.00%); and 32-Yamhill (2.72%).

Your listeners should be aware the types of crime committed against their fellow Oregonians by the 1,149 criminal aliens.

A review of the 1,149 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers per crime and percentage (%) per crime equated to the following: 2-arsons (0.17%); 105-assaults (9.14%); 28-burglaries (2.44%); 15-driving offenses (1.30%); 177-drugs (15.40%); 0-escape (0.00%); 3-forgeries (0.26%); 147-homicides (12.79%); 48-kidnappings (4.18%); 57-others (4.96%); 176-rapes (15.32%); 71-robberies (6.18%); 211-sex abuses (18.36%); 93-sodomies (8.09%); 11-thefts (0.96%); and 5-vehicle thefts (0.43%).

Listeners should not overlook the source of the preceding crimes, the country of origin of the 1,149 criminal aliens in DOC prisons.

The self-declared counties of origin of the 1,149 criminal aliens in the DOC prison population by numbers and percentage (%) per country equated to the following: 7-Canada (0.61%); 11-Cuba (0.96%); 15-El Salvador (1.30%); 7-Federated States of Micronesia (0.61%); 33-Guatemala (2.87%); 12-Honduras (1.04%); 6-Laos (0.52%); 929-Mexico (80.85%); 87-others (7.57%); 6-Philippines (0.52%); 8-Russia (0.70%); 11-Ukraine (0.96%); and 17-Vietnam (1.48%).

Beyond the DOC criminal alien incarceration numbers and incarceration percentages, per county and per crime type, or even country of origin, criminal aliens pose high economic cost on Oregonians.

An individual prisoner incarcerated in the DOC prison system costs the state approximately ($87.08) per day; the cost to incarcerate a prisoner increased ($2.27) per day in April 2014, a 2.67% increase from 2013’s cost of ($84.81) per day.

The DOC’s incarceration cost for its 1,149 criminal alien prison population is approximately ($100,054.92) per day, ($700,384.44) per week, and ($36,520,045.80) per year.

None of my preceding cost estimates for the DOC to incarcerate the 1,149 criminal aliens include the dollar amount for legal services (indigent defense), court costs, nor cost estimates to cover victim assistance.

An unfortunate fact, the State of Oregon is not fully cooperating with the U.S. DHS–ICE to fight crime committed by criminal aliens who reside in Oregon.

In year 2007, a United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) report titled “Cooperation of SCAAP (State Criminal Alien Assistance Program) Recipients in the Removal of Criminal Aliens from the United States, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General Audit Division, Audit Report 07-07, October 2007, Redacted-Public Version” identified the State of Oregon as having an official “state sanctuary statute,” ORS 181.850 Enforcement of federal immigration laws.

The USDOJ, the federal governments top law enforcement agency, identified Oregon as a “sanctuary” for criminal aliens.

The State of Oregon should no longer be classified by U.S. federal government law enforcement as having an official “state sanctuary statute” for criminal aliens, nor should Oregon be a sanctuary for criminal aliens to kill, rape, maim or poison Oregonians.

Lars, the second full week of May and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show FM 101.1 radio listeners.

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A better choice in House District 18

OregonLive.com
Letter: A better choice in House District 18

By Letters to the editor on May 05, 2014 at 6:23 PM, updated May 05, 2014 at 6:26 PM

The Oregon primary election process is the time when partisan voters can sweep from public office incumbents they deem no longer represent them.

Case in point: Vic Gilliam, the current State Representative for House District 18.

Historically the Marion County Republican Party in 2011 and more recently the Oregon Republican Party in 2013 have opposed driver licenses for those who can’t prove legal presence in the country.

During the 2013 legislative session Rep. Gilliam was a sponsor of Senate Bill 833, legislation that was passed and signed into law that would grant driver cards to persons illegally in the country.

A reminder, during the summer of 2013 more than 71,000 Oregon voters signed a Referendum 301 signature sheet that now puts the SB 833 driver card legislation before voters in November 2014.

In an example of legislative arrogance, during the 2014 legislative session Rep. Gilliam was a sponsor of House Bill 4054, legislation that would have rewritten the ballot title of Referendum 301 in an attempt to obscure the consequences of the legislation from voters.

Republicans in HD18 have a better choice to represent them in Salem. His name is David Darnell. David’s campaign promise “I will vote like a Republican should.”

David Olen Cross

Salem

http://blog.oregonlive.com/myoregon/2014/05/letter_a_better_choice_in_hous.html

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report

May 1, 2014

Lars:

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

This week we put another face to alien crime in the state for your radio listeners — the most fourth most common alien criminal activity that occurs in our state — homicide.

Prior to some Oregon County Sheriff’s decision to remove in mid April 2014 immigration detainer information from their public who is in jail websites there were numerous criminal aliens who were charged with some form of homicide marked with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Holds.

– Clackamas County Jail prisoners charged with some form of homicide with an ICE Hold:

1. Marcos Andres Pico (SID: 16671053).

– Jackson County Jail prisoners charged with some form of homicide with an ICE Hold:

1. Jose Valencia (SID: 20297847).

– Marion County Correctional Facility prisoners charged with some form of homicide with an ICE Hold:

1. Mateo Torres-Morales (SID: 20316654).
2. Gustavo Villanueva (SID: 20312317).

– Washington County Jail prisoners charged with some form of homicide with an ICE Hold:

1. Petronilo Lopez-Minjarez (SID: 14901168).
2. Eloy Vasquez-Santiago (SID: 19712795).

Some fast facts:

– On April 1, 2014 the DOC prison system incarcerated 1,149 criminal aliens (prisoners with immigration detainers); 147 of those alien prisoners (12.79 percent) were serving time for homicide;

– Clackamas County Circuit Courts have sent 9 of the 147 criminal aliens (6.12 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide;

– Jackson County Circuit Courts have sent 5 of the 147 criminal aliens (3.40 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide;

– Marion County Circuit Courts have sent 19 of the 147 criminal aliens (12.92 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide;

– Multnomah County Circuit Courts have sent 42 of the 147 criminal aliens (28.57 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide;

– Umatilla County Circuit Courts have sent 10 of the 147 criminal aliens (6.80 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide;

– Washington County Circuit Courts have sent 26 of the 147 criminal aliens (17.69 percent of the aliens) who were serving time on April 1st in the DOC prison system for homicide.

A troubling fact, at this point in time, the Oregon county sheriff’s in four of the six preceding counties have taken public access to immigration detainer information off prisoners even charged with homicide in the jails they manage.

Only the Clackamas County Jail and Umatilla County Jail on the jails’ public who is in jail websites still show immigration detainers on prisoners ICE agents have identified as possibly being deportable aliens.

A legitimate public safety concern you and your listeners should ask their Oregon county sheriff’s who have chosen to take down immigration detainer information, is as follows, who are the foreign nationals (criminal aliens) sheriff’s are releasing from jails onto the streets of our state?

Lars, the first week of May and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show FM 101.1 radio listeners.

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Umatilla County Jail

Umatilla County Jail

April 30, 2014

Currently there are seven 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. Chacon , Jesus
2. Lopez , Ramiro Pablo
3. Olguin Sanchez , Mario
4. Paredes Roman , Jose Manuel
5. Reyes Serrano , Francisco
6. Torres Garcia , Juan
7. Virelas-Martinez , Juan Manuel

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

http://www.co.umatilla.or.us/sheriff/index.html

Of the 182 inmates incarcerated at the Umatilla County Jail, the seven criminal aliens make up 3.85% of the jail population.

For the four months of 2014, the Umatilla County Jail has averaged 6.50 criminal aliens per day at the jail.

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