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Chief Charlie Strikes Again

By Greg L | 7 September 2010 | Illegal Aliens, Crime, Prince William County | 18 Comments

Here’s another one of those wonderful illegal aliens, working at the jobs Americans apparently don’t want to do:

Eric Alexander Barahona-Rivas, 19, of no fixed address, is charged with forcible sodomy, robbery and abduction, said Perok.

He is being held without bond at the Prince William-Manassas regional jail.

Officers checked the immigration status of Barahona-Rivas after his arrest and discovered that he is in the U.S. illegally, said Prince William police 1st Sgt. Kim Chinn. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was notified, she said.

Investigators are still searching for the two other men thought to be involved.

What isn’t mentioned in the the News & Messenger’s parroting of a press release is that this illegal alien had been previously arrested by Prince William County police and was convicted of possessing a controlled substance in December of 2009.  Not only was the immigration status of this individual never checked, but he’s currently on “deferred disposition” until December 13th of this year.  Funny, I was under the impression that police were checking ID’s.

Nice to see Charlie Deane is still up to his old tricks.  Another innocent victim takes it up the backside because someone doesn’t want to do their job.  Way to go, “hero.”

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  1. Charles said on 7 Sep 2010 at 6:42 pm:
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    Gee, Chief Deane was sure quick to blame the feds for letting the Nun-killer free, and for giving him an EAC card.

    Let’s see if he’ll write himself a nasty letter about letting an illegal go to commit other crimes.

    Of course, soon we’ll hear how since non-illegal-immigrants also commit rape, it would be silly to deport an illegal alien drug-user.

  2. Anonymous said on 7 Sep 2010 at 11:39 pm:
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    With all the law enforcement agencies we have in this county ( Sheriff, State, County, City and Town Police not to mention ICE agents) you would think they could do a better job of getting these illegals out of the county before they harm someone.

  3. madmom said on 8 Sep 2010 at 10:08 am:
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    I thought our new Resolution made it mandatory to check immigration status and for some reason I thought that criminal illegals would ALL be deported after serving their sentances. Now I see they just keep letting them go, back into our neighborhoods, so they can spit on our so-called laws.

    I’m pissed. Who authorized these guys being set free, given bond, etc.? Did I get the wrong impression that I honestly thought that we weren’t putting up with that crap anymore?

    I’d like the N&M to mention EVERY SINGLE crook’s immigration status. I bet there are so many more than are revealed in our local newspaper’s Crime column.

  4. Citizen12 said on 8 Sep 2010 at 10:11 am:
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    The priests of the temples of Syrinx have spoken!

    And we know Chief Deane is a good listener.

    We are reminded on a daily basis that the illegal immigrant issue is NOT a matter to be addressed by local or state law enforcement. The good people of Arizona know this all too well. It is under the exclusive domain of the “Federal Government” and if they decide to do the job that they decree is theirs and theirs alone, it is up to them.

    We should know by now they have decided NOT to do their job.
    The question now is how long this insubordination will be tolerated.

    Corrective Action
    The Special Case of Insubordination

  5. anonymous said on 8 Sep 2010 at 11:43 am:
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    If he’s referred to ICE they’d probably just give him an “employment authorization card” while he awaits some deportation hearing a year or two in the future. Up until now that would have allowed him to drive around with a valid VA driver’s license too!

  6. anonymous said on 8 Sep 2010 at 3:39 pm:
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    Over at moonhowlings they’ve got a new twist on Fernandez - Liberty St. was originally in PWC before Manassas became a city!!! BIG DEAL! Fernandez and his enablers (Coffee Party heads Eric and Annabel) get a pass for painting Manassas as the center of racism in their propaganda piece film? Oh, and as usual they give Fernandez a complete pass even though he had racist signs up of his own - he’s not the racist, all the anti-illegal-immigration folks are racists. Anyone not in favor of allowing them here are racists, no two ways about it, if you believe what they are saying. Elena is all “where’s the outrage” on things she doesn’t like - well where was her outrage when the fimmakers falsely portrayed Manassas as being full of racists when the filmmakers intentionally ignored the depreciation of neighborhoods full of 20 people per house, which is what the Manassas area is full of. Don’t forget - she doesn’t live in Manassas, but yes, she has an opinion of it - that it’s racist if you don’t like living next to 20 illegals in a house. Where’s her outrage over the false portayal of Manassas? She’s quick to play fast and loose with facts when it suits her purpose.

  7. BristowBristling said on 9 Sep 2010 at 7:22 am:
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    If you recall, the Police Department does not have to make an immigration status inquiry on those who are under under “custodial arrest.” As cited from the PWCPD website, http://www.pwcgov.org/default.aspx?topic=04007400346

    “Then, on April 29, 2008, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors passed a directive which changed the mandated stage at which police officers are required to make citizenship status inquiries. At that point, the Department policy requirements regarding mandated pre-arrest immigration inquiries (based on probable cause) were suspended. To fulfill the new directives, the Police Department revised and announced an updated illegal immigration enforcement policy, which is now in effect. Several important aspects of the new policy include:

    Police officers will now inquire into the immigration status of all persons who are under physical custodial arrest for a violation of state or local law.
    Police officers retain discretion to inquire into immigration status prior to physical custodial arrest.
    Police officers will continue to protect crime victims and witnesses — regardless of their immigration status.”

    So, if Eric Alexander Barahona-Rivas was not placed into custody, but was released on a summons by the officer for his original offense, it appears as though there is no requirement to check status by the police.

    The shame of it is that according to the thread, he went through the court process and was never checked, even when convicted and given a “deferred disposition”.
    So, who else in the system could have/should have checked status?

    The responsibility for checking status should not lay just at the feet of the police; it should be a shared responsibility.

  8. BristowBristling said on 9 Sep 2010 at 7:25 am:
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    Oops… make that first statement to read, If you recall, the Police Department does not have to make an immigration status inquiry on those who are NOT under “custodial arrest.”

  9. Anonymous said on 9 Sep 2010 at 10:13 am:
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    The best we can hope for now is for Charlie Deane to be fired and we get a new chief that wants to enforce the law.

  10. Dave in PWC said on 9 Sep 2010 at 4:30 pm:
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    Just saw Cory on Neil Cavuto’s show on Fox talking about the Nun killer.

  11. Anonymous said on 10 Sep 2010 at 7:25 pm:
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    A fatal federal red-tape delay may have left a suspected illegal alien accused of gunning down two people at a Lawrence birthday party free to roam the country while awaiting a March 2011 deportation hearing, the Herald has learned.

    Dominican immigrant Fernando Guerrero-Lara, 27, was awaiting a March 7 preliminary removal hearing in U.S. Immigration Court in Harlingen, Texas, when authorities say he and a second triggerman unleashed a bullet bloodbath at a Labor Day birthday bash at La Guira Restaurant on Broadway in Lawrence.

    Guerrero-Lara, charged in Texas with violating immigration law, was scheduled to appear at a so-called master calendar hearing on March 7, a preliminary step toward deportation, said Kathryn Mattingly, a spokeswoman for the Executive Office for Immigration Review
    When he and co-defendant Johan Saintclair, 30, were busted, Guerrero-Lara coughed up to cops he was the subject of an “arrest of alien” warrant issued Aug. 12.

    Mattingly declined to elaborate on why the Department of Homeland Security was trying to give Guerrero-Lara the boot and referred questions regarding why he wasn’t being detained to Harold Ort, spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Ort would only say, “An ICE detainer has been placed on Fernando Guerrero-Lara and we are aware of Johan Manuel Saint Clair (sic) and will take appropriate action as the situation warrants.”

    Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said, “We are very engaged in checking on the status of these individuals.”

    Kevin Mitchell, Guerrero-Lara’s defense attorney on the Lawrence case, declined comment yesterday. Guerrero-Lara’s Texas immigration lawyer did not return repeated phone calls.

    In addition to killing Juan Suazo of Hyde Park, the gunplay Tuesday claimed the life of Amarilis Roldan of Dorchester, a medical assistant with a 3-year-old son and 1-year-old daughter who was shot in the back of the head while saving her sister’s life.

    Both Roldan and Suazo were just 24 years old.

    Lali Arias, 22, a relative of Roldan’s, expressed outrage that Guerrero-Lara had not been held in custody in the Lone Star State.

    “People come to this country to make a better life, but she was killed by a guy who just didn’t care if he hurt innocent people,” said Arias.

    Arias said Roldan rarely went out at night, but decided to join her sister, Arias’ uncle - who is married to Roldan’s mother - and a few others for some fun.

    “They were there just having a good time when they suddenly heard shots, and she told her sister to get down,” Arias said of Roldan. “She was just hit by a stray bullet.”

    Guerrero-Lara and Saintclair had not been charged with Roldan’s homicide as of last night. Tuesday they pleaded not guilty to killing Suazo. The men are accused of walking into La Guira Monday while a party was in full swing and opening fire. Prosecutors said Saintclair was recorded, gun in hand, by surveillance video.

    Roldan “was so happy,” her cousin Caroline Vega said. “She was on her way to a perfect life.”
    I agree with this quote from another post rings true in this case…Instead of enforcing the law, the feds are quite obviously doing everything possible to undermine it and as a result people die.

  12. Cynic said on 11 Sep 2010 at 12:29 am:
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    Here is my understanding of the issue:

    Current ICE/Fed policy only deports the violent illegals. The non-violent are granted administrative amnesty - free to roam wherever they want to roam.

    So, if ICE did not hold this alleged murderer in custody, one must assume that his alleged crime(s) failed to meet the violent crime criteria standards which apparently must be set at very high levels - like if he allegedly murdered over 12 or more citizens then they might consider holding him in custody.

  13. cdubbs said on 11 Sep 2010 at 7:31 am:
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    Another day, another crime that was 100% preventable. Hey American citizens, you are morally derilict in your duties if you continue to allow people to become victims of 100% preventable acts of crime. Hey taxpayers, like to keep throwing your money down the drain supporting all the fiscal aspects of 100% preventable crimes? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… No Illegal aliens=No illegal alien crimes. It’s not like legal resident criminals are going to step up and say, “Now that the illegals are out of the way, more victims and opportunities for crime for me.” Way to take a bite of crime you dopes at the Justice Department.

  14. Anonymous said on 12 Sep 2010 at 10:43 am:
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    Anonymous said on 9 Sep 2010 at 10:13 am: Flag comment

    The best we can hope for now is for Charlie Deane to be fired and we get a new chief that wants to enforce the law.


  15. Anonymous said on 12 Sep 2010 at 11:13 am:
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    Auntie, Auntie, Auntie!

    Ordered deported twice as an illegal alien and living on the public dole, of course there was no “high up” Federal intervention in giving Obama’s Kenyan aunt asylum in the U.S.


  16. Tobias Jodter said on 12 Sep 2010 at 4:58 pm:
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    A similar story from Centreville…


    I particularly took interest in the off-handed close to the story:

    “However, since he’s originally from Guatemala and there’s an ICE detainer on him, he will more than likely be deported after completing his incarceration.”

  17. anonymous said on 13 Sep 2010 at 12:25 pm:
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    Go see moonhowlings hilarious defense of 9500 Liberty and Eric’s latest comments. Now the claim is that Greg steered him onto Fernandez’s sign. Big deal! You’d have to have been blind as a bat and crazy as a loon not to see that sign when driving through Manassas. Or is the implication that Eric didn’t know Manassas well? Who cares, either way he used that sign and the street name in an improper dishonest way, just because “9500 Liberty” had a nice ring to it. He fails to point out that 9500 Liberty isn’t in Prince William County. He fails to explain how Manassas’ property taxes fell even more than PWC’s, when they didn’t have a resolution that supposedly wiped out values of housing. He selectively shows what he wants the viewer to see, and that makes it not a documentary because it is not truthful and honest. He falis to mention the money the county spent financing this film in the way of FOIA’s. He fails to mention how he falsely portrays people as racists, probably due to his childhood where he (while looking American) was supposedly subjected to many racist taunts in school and how that “defined” him as a person. He is the kind of person who shouts racist from the street corner at anyone who doesn’t like illegal aliens. He’s the real racist - his hatred for white people is self evident.

  18. Good Time Charlie said on 23 Sep 2010 at 11:50 am:
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    The question regarding how effective Charlie Deane has been as a Chief of Police is simple: Are you as safe now in PWC as you were when he was given control of the police department. The answer seeme obvious.

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