Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report
April 4, 2019
It has been an interesting first week in the month of April 2019 when it comes to criminal aliens (illegal aliens) here in the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
For this week’s criminal alien report we take a look for a look at for you radio listeners an alien crime story out the state of Oregon.
On June 23, 2018 Stanfield Police Department Officers’ arrested Deng Peter Makuey (SID: 21419315; DOB: 06/06/1993), age 25, a resident of Vancouver, Washington and two others in connection with an alleged robbery that occurred at a Sinclair station in Boardman, Oregon.
After his arrest, Deng Peter Makuey was taken to the Umatilla County Jail in Pendleton, Oregon.
A viewing of the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office inmates in custody website reveals Deng Peter Makuey faces the following criminal charges and bail:
“Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office
Makuey, Deng Peter
Race: Black or African American
Height: 5′ 11″
Booking Date: 06/23/2018 05:22
Arresting Agency: MCSO
Arrest Date: 06/23/2018
Arrest Location: AGNS/ ELEVENTH
1 count of 164.415- Robbery I (Other) [Felony] Bail: $325000
3 counts of 166.220/O- Unlawful Use of Weapon (Other) [Felony] Bail: $20000
3 counts of 163.190- Menacing (Simple Assault) [Misdemeanor] Bail: $40000
3 counts of 166.065- Harassment (A) Ofs Phy Contact (Simple Assault) [Misdemeanor] Bail: $7500
1 count of 166.025- Disorderly Conduct II [Misdemeanor] Bail: $2500
1 count of 164.043- Theft III<$100 (Other) [Misdemeanor] Bail: $5000
1 count of 163.160/S- Assault IV (Simple Assault) [Misdemeanor] Bail: $5000
1 count of 166.065- Harassment (A) Ofs Phy Contact (Simple Assault) [Misdemeanor]
1 count of 133.747- Fugitive [Felony] Bail: $0
1 count of INS I-203- INS I-203 Order to Detain Bail: $0
1 count of 033.096- Summary Contempt of Court [Misdemeanor]
Total Bail: $405000”
Seeking information on the immigration status Deng Peter Makuey, I contacted via e-mail on Thursday, March 28, 2019 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Public Affairs Officer Tanya J. Roman.
On Friday, March 29, 2019 ICE Public Affairs Officer Roman sent via e-mail the following information on Deng Peter Makuey:
“On Aug. 1, 2018, ICE lodged a detainer with the Umatilla County Jail on Deng Peter Makuey, a South Sudanese national, after he was arrested on local charges.” – Tanya J. Roman, ICE Public Affairs Officer’
“ON BACKGROUND (To be attributed to ICE Official):
Makuey was originally in ICE custody in 2012, but ICE was not able to obtain travel documents to his place of origin at that time.
ICE encountered him again Jan. 28, 2016, and he was ordered to report to ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). He’s been on an order of supervision since that time.” – ICE Public Affairs.
Wanting more detailed information on the immigration status of Deng Peter Makuey, on Friday, March 29, 2019 I contacted via e-mail ICE Public Affairs Officer Roman with the following questions:
Was Deng Peter Makuey illegally present in the United States of America (USA) on August 1, 2018 when ICE agent’s placed an immigration detainer on him at the Umatilla County Jail?
Did ICE taking custody of Deng Peter Makuey in 2012 involve him being convicted, sentenced and incarcerated for a deportable domestic or federal crime?
A follow up question, if Deng Peter Makuey was convicted, sentenced and incarcerated for deportable domestic or federal crimes in 2012, what were his criminal convictions?
What was the location of where ICE agents took Deng Peter Makuey into custody in 2012?
When ICE encountered Deng Peter Makuey in 2016 did that involve him being convicted, sentenced and incarcerated for a deportable domestic or federal crime?
What was the location of where ICE agents encountered Deng Peter Makuey in 2016?
How many U.S. states has Deng Peter Makuey been convicted, sentenced and incarcerated for deportable domestic or federal crimes?
Has ICE classified Deng Peter Makuey as being a criminal alien?
Did ICE have to release Deng Peter Makuey in 2012 from an ICE detention center because the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agency wasn’t able to hold him for more than 180 days?
What was the name of the federal entity that placed Deng Peter Makuey under the supervision?
Who was the federal entity supervising Deng Peter Makuey?
For what time period has Deng Peter Makuey under supervision?
Is the South Sudan a recalcitrant country that won’t take back its own criminal citizens?
Has Deng Peter Makuey ever previously served time in a federal prison for an immigration crime or violation?
How many times if any has Deng Peter Makuey been removed from the USA?
On Tuesday, April 2, 2019 ICE Public Affairs Officer Roman sent via e-mail the following response to the preceding questions on Deng Peter Makuey:
“On May 8, 2012, an immigration judge ordered Makuey removed to Ethiopia. Following the judge’s removal order, ICE attempted to remove Makuey from the U.S. to Ethiopia, but Ethiopian officials declined to issue travel documents. Consequently, ICE was compelled to release Makuey on an order of supervision.” – Tanya J. Roman, ICE Public Affairs Officer
ON BACKGROUND (To be attributed to an ICE Official):
-ICE encountered Makuey in North Dakota in 2012 and again in Oregon in 2016.
-Makuey has no previous removals from the U.S.
-ICE is required to release from custody certain aliens who have been detained post-final order for over 180 days and for whom it has been determined that there is no significant likelihood of removal in the reasonably foreseeable future. – ICE Public Affairs
The preceding statements provided by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Public Affairs on Deng Peter Makuey reveal the difficulties and legal challenges ICE faces in attempting to monitor and remove a criminal alien like Makuey from the USA when that alien’s own self-declared county of origin (South Sudan or Ethiopia?) won’t provide travel documents to its own criminal citizen.
Lars, the first week in the month of April 2019 and another criminal alien report for Lars Larson Show KXL FM 101.1 Pacific Northwest radio listeners.