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More Illegal Alien Crime

By Greg L | 16 November 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 24 Comments

An illegal alien in Dale City going by the nickname “Mexicano” was arrested on drug distribution charges on October 7th, according to an article in this weekend’s DC Examiner.  Police found a single ounce of cocaine when they arrested David Gutierrez Sandoval, but nabbed one of his “mules” with about a kilo.  The alleged illegal alien cocaine dealer accepted firearms as payment for his drugs, which given this individual’s possible association with gangs, it is a hugely disturbing to see significant drug distribution rings connecting with unlawfully armed illegal aliens in our area.  This should shoot up some serious red flags for law enforcement in the county.

Also of interest is the complete lack of coverage about this person’s illegal status by any other media outlet.  He was arrested a month ago, and it is only now that county residents are learning that there was a drug distribution ring run by illegal aliens operating in Dale City?  Was someone trying to “protect” us from the truth here?

From The Examiner:

Law enforcement officials were led to Sandoval after a Prince William resident who was buying cocaine and marijuana from him was arrested and turned Sandoval in as the supplier, records said. The buyer was caught last spring with 7 pounds of marijuana and 3 ounces of cocaine.

The buyer, now a police informant, reportedly told officials that between December and May the informant had been meeting with Sandoval two to three times a week to buy about 5 pounds of marijuana and about 3 ounces of cocaine each time. The informant said at times Sandoval would accept handguns and jewelry as collateral for the drugs.

Under the direction of law enforcement, the defendant met with Sandoval to buy cocaine and marijuana seven times between May and October. Over the course of those meetings the informant purchased five pounds of marijuana and three ounces of cocaine. The two discussed, in recorded conversations, the purchase of nearly 3 pounds of cocaine.

Noting that this guy seemed to operate using a nickname, rather than his real name — a hallmark of the dozen or so criminal street gangs that operate in Prince William County, a report by U.S. Army Intelligence last summer about the growing relationship between MS-13 and the major Mexican drug cartels.  With the Sinaloan cartel getting great use out of the Zetas (Mexican special forces deserters who provide the muscle for the cartel), it is almost a foregone conclusion that a relationship with MS-13 and other gangs would be an attractive possibility for the Tijuana or Gulf Coast cartels.

Federal law-enforcement agents say the gang is adopting tactics used by major Mexican and Colombian drug-trafficking groups and has become a gun-for-hire for many major Central and South American drug-trafficking cartels.

“Indications that previously independent cliques are forming alliances with other MS-13 cliques, as well as with other gangs to facilitate criminal activity, further heighten the threat,” the letter continued. “It would be dangerous to look at MS-13 as just another street gang.”

Notice that the warning here is provided by intelligence services within the Department of Defense.  This has “national security” written all over it, as well it should.  As Zetas has been conducting military operations in the United States to enforce dictates of Mexican drug lords, kidnapping citizens and raiding their homes, there is a pretty disturbing potential for any widening of this relationship to seriously threaten the ability of law enforcement authorities to maintain any degree of control over the situation.  Police officers aren’t equipped to confront platoon sized elements of heavily armed drug mercenaries engaging in battles against rival factions, attacking those who seek to enforce our laws, or killing potential political opponents.  In our border communities, in many ways this war is being lost right now.

Law enforcement better roll this up quickly before the potential for it getting out of control rises any further.  The possibility of well armed gangs of illegal alien gang-bangers fueled with drug profits is a recipe for utter disaster for our community.

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  1. Dave in PWC said on 16 Nov 2008 at 10:28 pm:
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    So why didn’t the MJM let us know about this? How are the police news bulletins released? Does the MJM decide not to allow certain things get published? What about the WaPo? Are they censoring the crime reports to keep illegals getting caught out of the news?

  2. Anonymous said on 17 Nov 2008 at 1:00 am:
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    The MJM and WaPo has been censoring what gets out to the people for years.

  3. Anonymous said on 17 Nov 2008 at 1:24 am:
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  4. BattleCat said on 17 Nov 2008 at 7:54 am:
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    “Law enforcement better roll this up quickly before the potential for it getting out of control rises any further.”

    So it will be interesting to watch El Jeffe Obama and that guy who won’t be able to extract his head from Obama’s backside (Juan McAmnesty) make every attempt to mass-legalize these cretins.

    Oh boy!!!

  5. freedom said on 17 Nov 2008 at 8:49 am:
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    There is absolutely no question whatsoever, none, that we have a very serious problem not only with illegal entry into this country but with malicious criminals entering this country, our country.

    Most of us don’t agree with ANY of our elected leaders on every single issue, that’s normal. However, whether Democrat or Republican, they are ALL decent human beings, even Obama, and they don’t like to see increasing gang activity. I just can not accept that they take no action against illegal entry….and in particular, illegal entry of gang members and drug lords…to increase their base of voters….nor can I accept that they take no action so as to provide cheap labor for business.

    Are we all paranoid? What the heck is going on here, please someone, please tell me why our government will take no action to shut this stuff down.

  6. Hard R said on 17 Nov 2008 at 9:40 am:
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    Let me tell how bad it is right now and you can probably guess what will happen in the future.

    The office of the Department of homeland Security/Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement responsible for the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia has twenty-five people. Twelve of them are on an anti-gang task force leaving thirteen to do the paperwork necessary to deport illegal aliens.

    This is ridiculous!

    The press is certainly not reporting any sweeping round up of gang members because it is not happening. You’ve got to wonder what the twelve are really doing.

    The other thirteen are only interested in the “worst of the worst” – seriously violent criminals – leaving the other illegal alien criminals to be released back into our communities. They just do not have the staff to handle the numbers.

    What do you think will happen when the “chosen one” takes office and his liberal appointees begin to take control of DHS/BICE. I predict the agents in the BICE office will be reassigned to more important duties like planning for their retirement.

  7. K.O'toole said on 17 Nov 2008 at 10:18 am:
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    “Although most of the inmates released from custody were accused of minor crimes, hundreds of convicted felons — including child molesters, rapists and drug dealers — also managed to avoid deportation after serving time in Harris County’s jails, according to the Chronicle review, which was based on documents filed over a period of eight months starting in June 2007, the earliest immigration records available.” From http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6115223.html

    Stay vigilant to stop this very real threat.

  8. TedKennedysSwimInstructor said on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:17 am:
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    Homeowner’s Illegal Status Exposed After Aborted Sale
    Monday , November 17, 2008

    Like all illegal immigrants, Lorenzo Jimenez knew the knock on the door from immigration agents could come at any time.

    Still, he had enough faith in the American dream to buy a house in this Atlanta suburb, even though signing the papers meant raising the risk: He put his 2-year-old, American-born daughter’s name and Social Security number on the title.

    And it worked, for a while. Jimenez and his family lived happily enough for several years alongside “regular” citizens.

    Nicole Griffin’s mom lived a few doors away, and when Griffin visited, she said, her kids played with the Jimenez children. When Jimenez put his four-bedroom, two-bathroom home up for sale last spring, wanting more space, Griffin was immediately interested.

    A contract was negotiated but when the sale appeared to go sour, Griffin raised a new issue: that she was a citizen and Jimenez wasn’t. She told local media, immigration officials, his boss and others that he was here illegally. She even put signs in the yard of the house exposing his residency status.

    As a result, agents came knocking last month, and now Jimenez is fighting to keep from being deported. He also lost his job.

    “I’m very sad and very worried,” said Jimenez, 32. “I can’t sleep because I’m thinking about my family. What’s going to happen? I don’t know.”

    Griffin insists her intent was to buy the house, nothing else. The 28-year-old single mother of two maintains she was wronged first, so she acted to protect her interests. She has no regrets.

    “At the end, do I feel bad the family got in trouble? No, not at all,” she said.

    Those who enter the U.S. illegally often say they’re just striving for the same things that most American citizens want out of life — a good job, home ownership, maybe a chance to get a little bit ahead. But the ambitions of citizens and non-citizens can collide and, as the painful entanglement between Jimenez and Griffin shows, both sides can wind up feeling like victims.

    Jimenez, who is Mexican, has been in the U.S. for about a decade. When he bought the house four years ago, the real estate agent handling the sale told him he could get a better interest rate using his daughter’s information on the closing documents than he could using the federal tax identification number he uses to pay income tax here.

    Jimenez later filed papers to have his own name added to the title, and that’s how it stayed until Griffin spotted the “for sale” sign and $164,500 list price this spring.

    With both sides enthusiastic about the sale, a deal was reached and the closing was set for May 15.

    Griffin, a payroll clerk and first-time homebuyer, asked to postpone the closing until June 1 because she had problems locking in her interest rate. Jimenez agreed but asked that she move into the house as planned and pay rent until the closing.

    Shortly after Griffin moved in, her attorney said there was a problem with the title on the house, namely that Jimenez’s young daughter’s name was on the title but her signature wasn’t on the sale documents. Attorneys said some extra paperwork — establishing a conservatorship to watch out for the child’s interest, the first step in getting the title transferred solely to her father — would clear the title, and everyone agreed to postpone again.

    Griffin didn’t pay the rent, however, claiming she was promised three months free since the delay was Jimenez’s fault. She has an e-mail from his real estate agent, Alina Carbonell, saying he’d made the offer.

    Jimenez’s lawyer, Erik Meder, told her that offer was never firm and insisted she pay rent or vacate the house.

    Locked in a letter war with Meder, Griffin escalated her actions. She contacted the FBI, the Roswell Police Department, local media, the state attorney general’s office and the governor’s office, among others. She asked her congressman, U.S. Rep. Tom Price, for help, saying she felt Jimenez and Meder had deceived her. Price’s office, in turn, contacted U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said Brendan Buck, a Price spokesman.

    “I am a law-abiding American merely trying to purchase a home,” Griffin wrote in mid-July in a letter to American Homebuyers, a nonprofit that helps low- to moderate-income families buy homes. “An illegal family fraudulently obtained a mortgage using a 1 yr old SSN, and appear to have all the rights in this situation — How can this be when they shouldn’t even be in America?”

    She said she contacted anyone she could think of who might be able to help the sale go through.

    Jimenez said she started making his life a nightmare. He claims she caused cosmetic damage to the house and intentionally clogged the plumbing, both of which she denies.

    Griffin also went after Carbonell, the real estate agent. She contacted the Georgia State Real Estate Commission to try to get her license revoked. Carbonell said the threat to her reputation and to her career caused her so much stress she had to take a leave of absence.

    Griffin said she reported Carbonell because the agent knew Jimenez’s daughter’s name was on the title from the beginning but didn’t tell her right away. (Carbonell was not the real estate agent who originally advised Jimenez to use his daughter’s name.)

    In September, Meder got a judge to order Griffin to pay retroactive rent and get out of the house within a week.

    Griffin then went to the upscale Atlanta restaurant where Jimenez worked as a cook and told his boss he was undocumented, which Jimenez said resulted in his firing.

    “It was my last resort,” Griffin said, “but once I realized my family had seven days to get out of a house that a family’s not even legally supposed to own, I did go to his employer and I did let his employer know.”

    She also put bright red signs in the yard reading, “This house is owned by an illegal alien.” When Jimenez tore them down, she put up new ones.

    Griffin said she wanted the neighbors to share her outrage over what was happening.

    “I don’t feel bad for anything that happens to the Jimenez family at this point,” Griffin said recently, “because no one feels bad that all I tried to do was buy a house, and I ended up living back with my mother.”

    In early October, plainclothes ICE agents showed up at Jimenez’s apartment. They asked him about his residency status and his purchase of the house, then handcuffed him and took him away. He was released a few hours later and is due before a judge in January and could face eventual deportation.

    His lawyers plan to apply to keep Jimenez in the country permanently, a process that could last several years. While it’s pending, he will be eligible for a work permit. But even if he gets one, Jimenez will be living in limbo. His application to stay could be rejected, which means he still could be ordered to leave the country.

    Jimenez has taken the house off the market but doesn’t want to move his family back in amid the uncertainty, so they’re still in the apartment that was supposed to be a transitional stop until they bought a bigger place.

    Griffin hasn’t tried to buy another home, in part because she can’t afford to, so she and her kids are still staying with her mother.

    Down the street, the Jimenez house sits empty.


  9. JM said on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:21 am:
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    El Vaquero in Manassas Park is once again open for business. Selling drugs and running guns would be enough to close down a business for good in most towns, but not in the Park.

  10. BattleCat said on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:45 am:
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    El Vaquero may soon be the only place to get a gun soon.

  11. rebelreggie said on 17 Nov 2008 at 12:57 pm:
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    You think the war in Iraq is costing us too much?

    Read this:

    1. $11 Billion to $22 billion is spent on welfare
    to illegal aliens each year by state governments.

    Verify at: http://tinyurl.com/zob77

    2. $2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens.

    Verify at:

    3. $2.5 Billion dollars a year is spent on Medicaid for illegal aliens.

    Verify at:

    4. $12 Billion dollars a year is spent on primary and secondary school

    education for children here illegally and they cannot speak a word of English!

    Verify at:

    5. $17 Billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.

    Verify at

    6. $3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.

    Verify at:

    7. 30% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens.

    Verify at:

    8. $90 Billion Dollars a year is spent on illegal aliens for Welfare & social services by the American taxpayers.

    Verify at:

    9. $200 Billion dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens.

    Verify at:

    10. The illegal aliens in the United States have a crime rate that’s two and a half times that of white non-illegal aliens. In particular, their children, are
    going to make a huge additional crime problem in the US

    Verify at:

    11. During the year of 2005 there were 4 to 10 MILLION illegal aliens that crossed our Southern Border also, as many as 19,500 illegal aliens from
    Terrorist Countries. Millions of pounds of drugs, cocaine, meth, heroin and marijuana, crossed into the U. S from the Southern border.

    Verify at: Homeland Security Report: http://tinyurl.com/t9sht

    12. The National policy Institute, ‘estimated that the total cost of mass deportation would be between $206 and $230 billion or an average cost of
    between $41 and $46 billion annually over a five year period.’

    Verify at:

    13. In 2006 illegal aliens sent home $45 BILLION in remittances to
    their countries of origin.

    Verify at:

    14. ‘The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration:
    Nearly One million sex crimes are committed by Illegal Immigrants In The United States .’

    Verify at: http: // www.drdsk.com/articleshtml

    The total cost is a whopping $ 338.3 BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR.

    Are we THAT stupid?

  12. Here we Go Again said on 17 Nov 2008 at 1:19 pm:
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    My understanding is that the Newspapers need to go to the Police Dept. and get the list of crimes that have taken place.
    Now if that has changed or the Police don’t record these incidents,then we need to see what is going on.
    The Public has the right to know what is going on in their area. It sure should not be kept a secret.
    We always did know there was alot of gang activity especially in Dale City, but it is everywhere. We need to get a handle on all this crime and drugs and gangs.
    When we are aware it makes us more aware of what is going on around us and we can be alert to these things.

    Lets all start to watch for those frequent visitors in our neighborhoods and report anything that looks suspicious. Maybe we can get the attention of the POLICE.

  13. Vigilant1 said on 17 Nov 2008 at 1:23 pm:
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    freedom said on 17 Nov 2008 at 8:49 am: Flag comment
    I just can not accept that they take no action against illegal entry….and in particular, illegal entry of gang members and drug lords…

    I invite you to check the Washington Times of 17 November 2008 and read the article about ICE in Houston, Texas releasing 3,500 illegal aliens from jail. Some of them have previous deportation orders, some are know pedafiles and drug dealers. WHY!!!!!

  14. rebelreggie said on 17 Nov 2008 at 2:48 pm:
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    Credit Card Companies Who Gave Illegals Credit Cards Now Looking For Bailout
    By Digger

    If you thought the sub-prime mortgage collapse was a disaster just wait until there’s the full shakeout of the consequences of giving loans to illegal aliens. Those same companies that thought it was a good idea to give unknown persons who are illegally in the country loans are the same type of companies that gave them credit cards. These companies now find it simply shocking that someone who could be caught and deported may not pay back the money they took and used.

    Like I said, if you thought that was a mess then just wait. Credit card companies, yes the same ones that charge an extortionist and lone shark rate of near 30% interest, are now crying for a bailout. This will continue on as there are loans you are not even thinking of that these “fine” institutions have granted to those with fraudulent documents.

    How about all the student loans given to those illegal aliens? How about the car loans defaulted on by illegal aliens? There are literally tons of loans that these businesses actively courted the illegal aliens with over the past few decades that are now coming home to roost.

    And these companies that thwarted the will of the American people, the laws of our land, basic common sense business practices and ethics are now lined up expecting the US taxpayer to pay for all their indiscretions to the tune of trillions of dollars.

    And the funniest thing of all is that these same companies actually called those of us outraged at their practices of giving loans to illegal aliens xenophobes and racists to cover up for their incompetent decision making.

    The other shoe hasn’t dropped yet folks.

  15. Anonymous said on 17 Nov 2008 at 3:49 pm:
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    “Lets all start to watch for those frequent visitors in our neighborhoods and report anything that looks suspicious. Maybe we can get the attention of the POLICE.”

    Someone is going to have to get the attention of the police, because they drive by gang graffiti everyday and when you call the police to report it you are always told they were not aware of it. So they won’t be aware of anyone suspicious in the neighborhood, even if they drive right by them.

  16. Tyler Durden said on 17 Nov 2008 at 5:01 pm:
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    So you folks are interested in what motivates politicians into doing their job, i.e., protecting citizens? Two things get their attention: One thing is money. Unfortunately, not many of us have a lot of that hanging around these days to dispense to politicians.

    The other thing - the threat of social chaos, rebellion, violent revolution, civil war, etc. Scares the hell out of them. Especially the libs. Makes ‘em piss their pants, or, in Pelosi’s and Frank’s cases, their panties.

  17. freedom said on 17 Nov 2008 at 6:04 pm:
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    Unfortunately Vigilant1, you have no answers either, only the same question that I have. I wonder how Tim Kaine would answer the question as to why no action to stop this? Oh, that’s right, it’s a federal problem. :(

  18. Citizen12 said on 17 Nov 2008 at 9:15 pm:
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    Here is how much money ICE had for 2008


    Here is where you can find some of the people in politics who approve the ICE budget and then throw a road block in their way


    From the people those in congress don’t want you to know they know


  19. Citizen12 said on 17 Nov 2008 at 9:39 pm:
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    Bush approves this for DHS 2009

    Note that ICE will get $4.99 Billion

    even if they dedicate every cent to the capture and removal of illegal aliens, (which they can’t) if we use the number of say, 12 million illegals, that breaks down to about $412.00 to track down, capture, hold, process and deport each one.

  20. Citizen12 said on 17 Nov 2008 at 9:40 pm:
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    2009 Homeland Security Appropriations Breakdown


  21. AWCheney said on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:36 pm:
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    rebelreggie said on 17 Nov 2008 at 2:48 pm:

    I LONGGG ago warned of the economic ramifications of the housing bubble and the devastation upon our economy which the illegal alien situation would wreak. It always HAS been the primary reason that I have been so adamantly opposed to the illegal immigration policy of our government and its leaders…of BOTH parties. I knew what was coming, and I also know that it’s going to get much worse. How long it will take before it gets better and gets back normal, or if it even does; what kind of society and government we will be living with before the worst of it is over; how devastated the lives of the vast majority of our populace will become before it is all over; and how different the nation which we leave our children will be, and whether they will curse us some time in the future are all questions that only a genuine soothesayer could, perhaps answer (if you believed in that)…I certainly can’t. All I know is that we are standing at a crossroads right now, and I don’t believe anybody has the answers…most particularly those who claim that they do.

  22. Citizen12 said on 18 Nov 2008 at 10:20 am:
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    AWCheney said on 17 Nov 2008 at 11:36 pm: Flag comment

    All I know is that we are standing at a crossroads right now, and I don’t believe anybody has the answers…most particularly those who claim that they do.

    You hit the nail on the head.

    At the recent Governor’s conference one of the speakers noted that congress has been consistently out of touch with the American people as a whole.

    He points to the Terri Schiavo situation in 2005 which commanded the attention of congress for days and the quick passage of legislation intervening in this matter. While a tragic situation, congress acts more determined and swiftly in solving problems outside of its jurisdiction, all the while stuck in the quagmire of its assigned duties.

    Compare the legislation which gets passed to serve special interest groups as opposed to solving the problems which affect Americans on a large scale.

  23. citizenofmanassas said on 19 Nov 2008 at 8:48 am:
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    This may be old news but still at least there a few less criminals in the Commonwealth. No doubt Timmy is sad about not having a few more Dems around.


  24. DportM said on 19 Nov 2008 at 12:45 pm:
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    Timmy’s “Immigration Commission” is getting ready to ask for amnesty for illegal aliens, reject 287(g) training for the Commonwealth, and not support E-Verify. The governor only represents special interest groups and not the citizens of Virginia. I cannot wait to see his term come to an end.

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