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Tucson Border Patrol arrest three undocumented convicted felons

TUCSON, Ariz. - Border Patrol agents from the Tucson Sector arrested three undocumented convicted felons as they attempted to illegally enter the United States in separate incidents over the weekend.

Agents stationed in Naco, Ariz. arrested 37-year-old Santana Conde-Recio after illegally entering the country on Saturday. After being processed, it was revealed that Conde, a Mexican national, was convicted in 2001 of felony reckless vehicular homicide in Charleston County, VA.

Nogales Station agents arrested two men on Sunday on separate occasions and discovered during processing that both had been convicted of criminal sex acts.

Agents first arrested Juan Carlos Perez-Suchite, a 43-year-old Guatemalan national who was convicted in 2000 for felony lewd or lascivious acts with a child in Long Beach, Calif.

Later in the evening, agents arrested Adrian Oliva-Flores, a 43-year-old Honduran national who was convicted in 2007 of felony aggravated sexual battery in Virginia.

All three men are currently in federal custody awaiting a disposition on felony criminal immigration violations.


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