MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE RELEASED ILLEGAL SEX OFFENDER WITHOUT NOTIFYING ICE — AGAIN!

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MONTGOMERY POLICE BEAT: Sex Abuse of Minor, Kidnapping, Prostitution

SUCHA SINGH, 40, (DOB 04/15/1979) of 12901 Darnestown Road, ROCKVILLE, MD, was arrested on Nov. 6, 2019, SEX ABUSE MINOR, two counts of sex offense third-degree. A preliminary hearing is set for Dec. 6, 2019. Court records show that Richard Finci of Greenbelt, Md., is listed as the defense attorney for Singh.

CHIDI STANLEY ANYANWUTAKU, 32, 5300 Block Of 14th, Washington D.C., 11/06/2019, PROSTITUTION-G

RAMIRO ENRIQUE SORIANO, 24, 11400 Block Of Cardova, BELTSVILLE, MD, 11/05/2019, KIDNAPPING

ANTHONY MAURICE COLES, 51, 1600 Block Of Ashpy Square Dr., Edgewood, MD, 11/05/2019, THEFT: $100,000 P

LUIS FREDY HERNANDEZ MORALES, 48, at 6031 Sweet Dale Court,  Springfield, Va., 11/05/2019, SEX ABUSE MINOR

Detectives from the Montgomery County Police – Special Victims Investigations Division (SVID) have charged Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales, 48, of 6031 Sweet Dale Court, Springfield, Virginia, with committing sexual abuse of a minor. The victim, in this case, is a female juvenile family member.  Hernandez-Morales has stated to detectives that he is involved with the youth ministry program at the Iglesia de Dios en Cristo Jesus (Church of God in Jesus Christ) located on W Diamond Avenue in Gaithersburg.  Investigators are concerned that there may be additional sexual abuse victims.

In August 2019, SVID detectives began an investigation regarding alleged sexual abuse of a minor by Hernandez-Morales.  SVID detectives determined that on two occasions in July 2019, when Hernandez-Morales was visiting family in the area and staying at the victim’s home in Montgomery County, he inappropriately touched the victim.  On several occasions, Hernandez-Morales attempted to engage the victim in sexual conversation.  Hernandez-Morales told the victim not to tell the other family members about these incidents.

A warrant was issued for Hernandez-Morales’ arrest and yesterday, October 29, he was arrested in Fairfax, Virginia.  He is currently being held in Virginia pending extradition to Montgomery County.

Investigators are asking that anyone who believes that he/she was victimized by Luis Fredy Hernandez-Morales or anyone who believes that his/her child was victimized by him to please call the Special Victims Investigations Division at 240-773-5400.

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY POLICE RELEASED ILLEGAL SEX OFFENDER WITHOUT NOTIFYING ICE

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  – ICE reports that on Nov. 8, 2019, officers from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Washington field office arrested Luis Fredy Hernandez Morales, 48, at his residence in Springfield, Va. Hernandez was charged on Nov. 5 by the Montgomery County District Court with the sexual abuse of a minor.

“We are committed to protecting our communities from the depraved acts of offenders with or without the support of local law enforcement agencies, but this case shows how the noncooperation policies of one jurisdiction can have serious public safety impacts on its neighbors,” said Washington Field Office Director Russell Hott.

Hernandez was released by the Montgomery County Jail despite a detainer lodged by immigration officials on Nov. 5. The detainer was not honored, and Hernandez was released on bond on Nov. 6.

“We are committed to protecting our communities from the depraved acts of offenders with or without the support of local law enforcement agencies, but this case shows how the noncooperation policies of one jurisdiction can have serious public safety impacts on its neighbors,” said Washington Field Office Director Russell Hott.

This arrest is the latest in a continuing list of public safety threats Montgomery County, MD has released into the community rather than allow a lawful transfer into ICE custody

This arrest is the latest in a continuing list of public safety threats Montgomery County, MD has released into the community rather than allow a lawful transfer into ICE custody.

Under the Immigration and Nationality Act as passed by Congress, ICE detainers, removal orders issued by federal immigration judges, and ICE immigration enforcement in general, is conducted under civil law. The “judicial warrant” demanded by advocacy groups applies to criminal cases and does not exist for civil law matters.

However, for every detainer ICE issues the agency also provides an accompanying administrative warrant, or a warrant of removal along with the detainer, which is the warrant that does exist for matters governed under civil law.

About Detainers

Under federal law, ICE has the authority to lodge immigration detainers with law enforcement partners who have custody of individuals arrested on criminal charges and who ICE has probable cause to believe are removable aliens. The detainer form asks the other law enforcement agency to notify ICE in advance of release and to maintain custody of the alien for a brief period of time so that ICE can take custody of that person in a safe and secure setting upon release from that agency’s custody. Yet, across the United States, several jurisdictions refuse to honor detainers and instead choose to willingly release criminal offenders back into their local communities where they are free to offend.

When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release a criminal alien onto the streets, it negatively impacts public safety.

Sanctuary Policies Put Public Safety at Risk

Sanctuary policies leave ICE with no choice but to increase enforcement in neighborhoods and workplaces to locate and arrest these persons while they are at-large – increasing the likelihood that other individuals previously not targeted for arrest will be taken into ICE custody.

It is safer for everyone if ICE takes custody of an alien in the controlled environment of another law enforcement agency as opposed to visiting an alien’s residence, place of work, or another public area. Arresting a criminal in the safety, security, and privacy of a jail is always the best option.

When law enforcement agencies don’t honor ICE detainers, these individuals, who often have significant criminal histories, are released onto the street, presenting a potential public safety threat.

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