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After being deported in 2007, he was arrested twice in Denver. Then, police say he killed a woman.

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Finally this is being addressed and dealt with by President Trump
Article author: 
Jesse Paul
Article publisher: 
Denver Post
Article date: 
February 22, 2017
Article category: 
Colorado News
Medium
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The man accused of killing a young Denver lawyer in an October hit-and-run collision had been deported in 2007 only to return illegally to the U.S., where he was arrested twice before the deadly crash, authorities say.

Norlan Estrada-Reyes, 27, who was born in Sulaco, Honduras, had twice been accused of crimes in Denver, including driving under the influence. After a 2013 arrest, he posted bond and was released before U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reached him. In the other case, in 2014, ICE was not aware of his arrest ...

Estrada-Reyes’ case is the second in the past four months in which a person in the country illegally, who had previous run-ins with police, has been accused in a Denver killing ...


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