Biden’s ‘disastrous’ border policies implicated in new Marshall County arrest

MARSHALL COUNTY, Alabama (WHNT) – A 39-year-old man charged with sodomy is back in custody after authorities and state officials cited the “unprecedented crisis at (the) border” as the reason why. he walked freely.

Dioniso Ramos was arrested March 9, 2023 in Albertville, according to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims and Marshall County District Attorney Jennifer Bray.

Ramos, an illegal alien, officials said, was originally arrested Nov. 28, 2022, for first-degree sodomy of an underage boy in Marshall County. Shortly after this arrest, he was turned over to United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for deportation.

Despite this, a press release from the attorney general’s office said a “concerned citizen” told Sheriff Sims that Ramos was seen at a local department store in Marshall County. After further investigation, Ramos was arrested in early March.

After District Attorney Bray filed a motion to revoke his bond until trial, Ramos was held in the Marshall County Jail without bond.

“Every state, including Alabama, became a border state due to the disaster and
Biden administration’s misguided immigration policies,” the attorney general said.
Marshal. “The open borders program has created a wave of crime on our streets and
had an impact on our communities.

Sheriff Sims, agreeing, said cases like Ramos’s are becoming more common across the state. “We did not hesitate to act and now this individual is back in custody to stand trial on his charges. With the border unsecured, local communities like (ours) will continue to suffer from the failure of Biden’s immigration policies. As Sheriff, I will do everything in my power to protect the citizens of Marshall County in cases like this.

“It is unfortunate that we see time and time again that the federal government deports
someone in our state who has committed a heinous crime means nothing,” said
District Attorney Bray. “…these criminals know that if they are deported, they can enter the country illegally. My office will continue to work closely with our local law enforcement agencies to keep the citizens of Marshall County safe when issues like this arise.

Ramos made his first appearance before Judge Mitchell Floyd on March 10. Court records show his case went to a grand jury.


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