California officer killing suspect in USA illegally


- New photos were released of a suspect accused of killing a California police officer the day after Christmas, and his legal status reignited the immigration debate, specifically drawing the president's ire.

Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said Arriaga, who was in the country illegally, was making his way to the U.S. -Mexico border to flee the country.

Arriago will be charged with homicide while two others, Adrian Virgen, 25, and Erik Razo Quiroz, 27, will be charged with being accessories for trying to hide the suspect. Referring to the arrest, he said, "I was waiting for this to happen".

"He's not coming back but there's a lot of people out there that misses him", he said.

"While we absolutely need to stay focused on Officer Singh's service and sacrifice, we can't ignore the fact that this could've been preventable", Christianson said.

Christianson said Arriaga has two DUI arrests in Madera County, and Singh had stopped him early Wednesday because he suspected Arriaga was driving under the influence. Virgen was arrested in Hanford and Quiroz in Modesto, Christianson said. Ronil Singh on Friday morning in Bakersfield, Calif., officials have confirmed.

The 33-year-old Mexico native had gang affiliations and multiple Facebook pages with different names, the sheriff said.

Former state Sen. Kevin de Leon, the Democrat who wrote the legislation, said it's unfair to blame the law for the officer's death.

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The Kern County Sheriff's Office identified the three as Bernabe Madrigal Castaneda, 59; Erasmo Villegas, 36; and Maria Luisa Moreno, 57.

"This suspect is in our country illegally".

"Officer Singh's handcuffs were brought down, and they're on that guy for his trip home", Youngblood said. Details were to be released at a noon news conference.

Incensed by the tragedy, members of Congress introduced Kate's Law, which would mandate up to 10 to 25 years in prison for illegal immigrants in the US with a criminal history who had been previously deported.

"He should've been in the physical custody of law enforcement", de Leon said.

The bill contains some exceptions, allowing local agencies to transfer individuals to federal immigration authorities if there is a judicial warrant or if the person has been previously convicted of a violent felony.

"This is a criminal illegal alien with prior criminal activity that should have been reported to ICE", Christianson said. He was apprehended the morning of December 28 in Bakersfield by Kern County Sheriff's deputies. "He came to this country with one goal and that was to serve this country", said Richardson who added when he came to this country, all he wanted to do was become a police officer.