On Saturday, November 30, former Acting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan declared that a Colorado sheriff’s department decision to let an illegal alien run loose was a “political” decision.
This same illegal alien is now accused of attempted murder and his release is viewed as a “searing indictment” against sanctuary city policies.
Osmani Garces-Ortiz, 37, was arrested in October for trespassing and drug charges in Arapahoe County according to authorities. ICE requested that the sheriff’s office give them a detainer on Garces-Ortiz after he posted bond.
However, according to sheriff’s policy, they cannot hold inmates for extra time unless ICE is able to provide a warrant, which is based on state law.
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