Criminal Aliens: Mexican Cop Killer Deals Drugs While in America
In this case, our unsecured southern border allowed a Mexican wanted for the murder of two policemen in his native country to enter the U.S. and continue his criminal ways by dealing drugs.
Our nation has become a hideout for criminal aliens.
In a separate case, on June 10, 2004, authorities in Sinaloa, Mexico, issued an arrest warrant for Orpinela-Servin for the aggravated homicide of two police officers, and the attempted murder of two others. Orpinela-Servin has several aliases, among them Porfirio “El Porfi” Leyva Avalos, which is the name that appears on Mexican court documents that charge him with aggravated homicide.
Orpinela-Servin, illegally entered the United States Aug. 1, 1991, near San Ysidro, California. He was deported in June 1992 following a drug conviction. In March 2004, he illegally re-entered the United States near Nogales, Arizona.
On Jan. 27, 2006, he was convicted in federal court for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance, an offense for which he was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
On Feb. 10, 2015, agents with ERO Dallas encountered Orpinela-Servin at a correctional facility in Post, Texas. On Feb. 18, the Attorney General of Mexico requested ERO’s assistance in turning him over to Mexican law enforcement officials at the time of his removal from the United States.