Illegal Migrant Accused Of Michigan Murder Deported Under Trump

In a bit of news the Biden campaign does not want to hear, it was revealed that accused Michigan murderer and illegal migrant Brandon Ortiz-Vite, 25, was previously deported during the Trump administration.

But he found his way back into the country and is now charged in the Friday shooting death of 25-year-old Ruby Garcia in Grand Rapids. Ortiz-Vite was arraigned Tuesday on charges including murder, carjacking, felony firearm, illegally carrying a concealed weapon and others.

Under the Republican White House the suspect was deemed unfit to remain in the U.S. But border policy shifted dramatically when Joe Biden was sworn in, and Oritz-Vite and millions of other illegal migrants were allowed into American communities.

After a slew of arrests and jail time served, Ortiz-Vite was apprehended in August 2020 by Grand Rapids Police. He was charged with driving a vehicle while intoxicated after an accident that resulted in property damage.

He pleaded not guilty but failed to appear in court after being released on a personal recognizance bond. A warrant was subsequently issued, and this was the straw that led to his deportation.

But that, of course, was under former President Donald Trump.

According to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official, “At an unknown date and location Ortiz-Vite reentered the United States without inspection by an immigration official.”

Ortiz-Vite reportedly confessed to killing Garcia in what appeared to be a botched carjacking. He allegedly shot the victim multiple times and even exited the vehicle to take one more shot to make sure she was dead.

After the killing of Garcia in Grand Rapids on Friday, her car was found abandoned the following day. On Sunday morning, Fox 17 reported that the suspect phoned law enforcement and announced he was turning himself in.

According to court documents, Ortiz-Vite was apprehended at a church in Allegan County. Officers described him as having blood on his clothes.

The Mexican national was arraigned Tuesday and is being held without bail in the Kent County jail. It came too late for Ruby Garcia, but an immigration detainer has been lodged for him.

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