Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report
April 9, 2015
It has been an interesting second week in the month of April 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 — criminal aliens who are dealing drugs in our state.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 the Oregon State Police (OSP) stopped Raymundo Cota Sauceda, age 40, a resident of Washington, for a traffic violation. After receiving permission from Sauceda to search the vehicle he was driving, OSP proceeded with their search, along with the help of a narcotics canine; they discovered and seized 28 pounds of methamphetamine. The OSP after the drug discovery arrested Sauceda and he was subsequently transported to the Jackson County Jail.
A check of the county jail’s website indicates Raymundo Cota Sauceda (SID: 21101908) has host of charges against him that include unlawful possession methamphetamine (meth), unlawful possession meth, unlawful manufacture of meth, identity theft, a fugitive warrant out of Washington, and to top it all off he has an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) hold.
Two days later, Friday, April 3rd, the Oregon State Police stopped Martinez Miguel Navarro, age 44, also a resident of Washington, for a traffic infraction. After receiving permission from Navarro to search the vehicle he was driving, OSP proceeded with their search and discovered and seized one pound of methamphetamine. The OSP after the drug discovery arrested Navarro and he was subsequently transported to the Jackson County Jail.
A check of the county jail’s website reveals Martinez Miguel Navarro (SID: 8313730) has been charged unlawful possession meth, unlawful possession meth, unlawful manufacture of meth, and not surprisingly he has an ICE hold.
There is a disconcerting pattern revealed in these two recent drug arrests, seizures and investigations done by the Oregon State Police Highway Interdiction Team, OSP Drug Enforcement Section, along with U.S. Department of Homeland Security investigators that amounted in 29 pounds of meth being removed from the illicit drug market most likely in the State of Washington.
The drugs both Raymundo Cota Sauceda and Raymundo Cota Sauceda allegedly transported up Interstate-5 (I-5) came from California and were destined for delivered to Washington.
Both these states currently issue driver licenses to foreign nationals who cannot prove legal presence in the country (illegal aliens).
I think it is fair to say the politicians in California and Washington that are allowing illegal aliens to drive in their respective states are enabling international drug cartels, using illegal alien drivers (drug mules), to use I-5 as vein to inject drugs into all three west coast states.
Lars, the second full week of April and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show FM 101.1 radio listeners.