Orange County, California, has seen a 38 percent spike in repeat offenses by criminals present in the U.S. illegally due to the state’s ‘sanctuary’ policies, according to Sheriff Don Barnes.

In a press release, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department documented crimes committed by illegal aliens after their release from custody for previous offenses, including rape, domestic abuse, robbery, and assault.

“SB54 has made our community less safe. The law has resulted in new crimes because my deputies were unable to communicate with their federal partners about individuals who committed serious offenses and present a threat to our community if released,” said Sheriff Barnes.

“The two-year social science experiment with sanctuary laws must end. Rather than protect our immigrant community, the law has enabled offenders to be released, often times back into the immigrant communities they prey upon, and create new victims.”

California officially became a sanctuary state on Jan. 1, 2018, with the implementation of SB 54, which protects illegal aliens from federal immigration enforcement and severely restricts communication between police and agencies such as ICE.

“The senate bill restricts law enforcement from notifying, transferring and communicating with federal immigration authorities regarding certain offenders,” the O.C. Sheriff’s Department explains. “The implementation of this bill also effectively ended the Sheriff’s Departments 287(g) program, which allowed custody deputies to place detainers on undocumented individuals in the Orange County Jail.”

“Deputies do not ask for immigration status in the performance of their duties, and they do not make arrests for violation of federal immigration laws. However, in a custody setting, sharing information is critical to public safety and serves as a valuable tool to ensure those harming others are removed from the community.”



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The suspect in a vicious attack on a New York Police Department officer was released just hours later, despite the incident being captured on camera, according to reports.

Steven Haynes, 40, allegedly punched an officer and pinned him to the ground in front of a Bank of America in Brooklyn Heights while the officer’s partner attempted to remove Haynes.

Haynes reportedly has at least 24 prior arrests and is now facing a lengthy list of charges, including “assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration, disorderly conduct and an alcohol violation,” the New York Post reports.

Haynes “returned to Livingston and Court streets in Downtown Brooklyn — where police say he slugged and brawled with one of New York’s Finest on Thursday — after being cut loose, irritating local merchants who say he’s been a troublesome presence on the block for months,” the Post reports.

Michael Vitiello, manager of a local Italian restaurant, expressed his shock that Haynes is already back on the streets.

“No bail. Three hours, he was back in the same spot,” Vitiello told the Post. “They had a cop sitting there, just watching him. He got his own security ‘cuz he’s a celebrity now.”

“They could have locked him up in Bellevue last night, but they didn’t do it. Now he’s back in the street causing problems.”

New York City judges have reportedly begun releasing defendants facing ‘lower level’ charges ahead of a bail reform measure set to take effect statewide on January 1, 2020.

“The criminal justice reforms don’t take effect until Jan. 1, but the consequences can already be seen,” said former NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton. “The laws are seriously flawed thanks to Albany’s rush to pass it in the dead of night without debate. It’s clear the ‘reform’ itself needs to be reformed.”



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More than 90,000 packages are disappearing every day in New York City as delivery thefts soar, according to the New York Times.

The city has seen a 15 percent increase in packages failing to reach their final destinations on first delivery attempt due to thieves or other miscellaneous factors, transportation experts say.

“In New York City, where more orders are delivered than anywhere else in the country, over 90,000 packages a day are stolen or disappear without explanation, up roughly 20 percent from four years ago,” the Times reports.

“We’re going to keep reminding you about this throughout the holiday shopping season,” the NYPD warned in a recent tweet detailing a list of steps shoppers should take to protect their purchases.

Police rarely investigate package theft, emboldening criminals and forcing many online shoppers and courier services to take prevention into their own hands.

NYC residents are installing doorbell cameras and replacing outdated mailboxes, or even arranging to have packages delivered to their offices or relatives’ homes.

UPS, FedEx, and Amazon are implementing a growing network of “secure delivery sites” and lockers across the city, while many local businesses are acting as trusted receivers for a small fee.

An estimated 1.7 million packages reportedly go missing nationwide on a daily basis, amounting to more than $25 million in losses.



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An illegal alien charged with killing another motorist in Oregon has reportedly fled to Mexico after the local sheriff’s office ignored a detainer issued by immigration authorities.

Alejandro Maldonado-Hernandez was engaged in a high-speed road race in Aloha, Oregon, when his vehicle struck an uninvolved car, severely injuring the driver and killing his wife, Janace Ator, according to a Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office report.

Maldonado-Hernandez was subsequently arrested and charged with felony manslaughter in the second degree, felony assault in the third degree, and misdemeanor reckless driving.

“On July 16, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers encountered Maldonado-Hernandez while he was being held at the Washington County jail and lodged an immigration detainer,” ICE explained in a press release.

“On August 8, the jail failed to honor the detainer and released Maldonado-Hernandez back into the community he had previously victimized.”

Weeks later, Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office announced Maldonado-Hernandez had fled to Mexico to avoid prosecution.

“The decision to rebuff immigration detainers and not to hold dangerous individuals until ICE arrives to pick them up is a costly one,” said Nathalie Asher,” Seattle field office director for ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations.

“There is nothing that should prevent local law enforcement officials from making a simple phone call to notify ICE that a criminal alien is being released. The decision to continue to cite misguided sanctuary laws that allow dangerous criminals back on the streets, and many times the opportunity to flee prosecution, is irresponsible and jeopardizes public safety.”

“It is real slap in the face to the victims friends and family when criminal aliens, in this case a man who has caused the death of a woman and severe injuries to her husband, are released into the community due to dangerous sanctuary policies,” she continued. “How many lives have to be lost before politicians are more concerned about public safety than their own political agendas?”



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A 19-year-old Mexican citizen has been charged with capital murder in the death of an elderly Houston woman, police say.

Marco Cobos reportedly confessed to stabbing Etta Nugent, 75, in her own home after soliciting her for mechanical assistance for a stolen truck in which he had been sleeping in nearby.

“Cobos told police he was having issues with his vehicle and asked the woman to help him,” ABC 13 reports. “Police said that Cobos then forced his way into Nugent’s home sometime Sunday night and stabbed her several times when she told him she couldn’t help.”

Police believe Cobos spent hours in Mrs. Nugent’s home, using her credit card to pay his cell phone bill and driving her Honda Accord to nearby stores to purchase a new car battery and food, which he consumed back at her house.

Mrs. Nugent’s husband is reportedly recovering from an illness at an assisted living facility and was not home at the time of the attack.

Neighbors called Mrs. Nugent and her husband “pillars of the community” who were dedicated to their local church.

“A gentle soul, good Christian woman,” said Sharon Shanahan, who brought chicken noodle soup to the Nugent home just hours before the killing. “Always will do whatever for the neighborhood.”



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A 72-year-old man was shot in the stomach during a carjacking in Welkom, South Africa, according to News24.

Security camera footage shows a 72-year-old man sitting in his own driveway as an armed man approaches the parked Land Rover.

The motorist appears to be ordered out of his vehicle by the assailant.

After a brief negotiation, the driver attempts to disarm the hijacker when he is shot in the abdomen.

The suspect then commandeers the Land Rover and drives off, leaving his victim crawling on the ground.

“We confirm that a case of car hijacking was registered after a 72-year-old man was shot by [an] unknown person while exiting his residential home,” said Welkom police spokesperson Constable Kethabile Mofokeng.

Constable Mofokeng says an investigation has been opened, but no one has been arrested at this time.

The victim is reportedly recovering in hospital.

Another recent attempted home carjacking was captured on dramatic security footage as a mother rammed her armed attackers while her young daughter sat in the front seat.

The hijackers piled into their vehicle and were attempting to make a getaway when the woman delivered a series of decisive strikes, forcing the men to abandon their car and flee on foot.

Carjacking has become a significant problem in South Africa, with 16,325 such crimes committed in 2018 alone, according to the South African Police Service.



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London’s crime epidemic continues to spiral out of control as police were called to five stabbing incidents across the city in less than 24 hours, with one man’s killing by thugs wielding “zombie knives” broadcast on Snapchat.

Four of the attacks took place between 1:50pm and 9pm on Tuesday, the Daily Mail reports.

In east London, Alwi Jamal, 20, was found deceased outside Ilford train station.

Witnesses say Jamal was “slashed in the face” outside a betting shop and subsequently hunted down and killed.

“They chased after him, two people with knives – zombie knives, black with a silver blade,” one witness said. “They stabbed him in his chest. There was two of them. I’ve also seen the Snapchat video. It was a fight over money and drugs.”

In west London, a young man was discovered at South Ruislip station suffering from a stab wound to the stomach.

“I saw a school boy in uniform stabbed in the side and he didn’t look in a good way,” a witness said. “He was face down on the pavement and was shaking. Think he was in shock.”

The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital and doctors say his injuries are not life-threatening.

In Enfield, police responding to calls regarding an altercation found a man in his 30s with a stab wound to his thigh.

He was taken to hospital and later released.

Also in Enfield, three male suspects in their 20s were arrested under suspicion of attempted murder of a man who was critically injured in a stabbing attack.

In Romford, an 18-year-old man was treated for “serious” stab wounds by the London Ambulance Service.

London experienced its most deadly year in a decade in 2018 with 135 homicides, 76 of which were stabbings.

London also recently surpassed New York City’s murder rate for the first time ever.


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