US Immigration Service deported two fugitives who were wanted by Salvadoran authorities

Noe Rodríguez Sánchez. Photo: Courtesy of ICE.
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE, for its acronym in English), has announced today that it has deported two Salvadoran men who had fled to the North American country, after committing crimes in El Salvador.

The deportees respond to the names of José Alexander Ramos Martínez, of 42 year old, and Noé Rodríguez Sánchez, of 51. Both were deported without incident by ICE via charter flight. Once in El Salvador, were handed over to the Salvadoran police authorities.

According to the US authorities, Ramos Martínez has been accused on several occasions of illegally entering the United States since 2013. In El Salvador, he is accused of sexual crimes against a minor.

Meanwhile, Noé Rodríguez Sánchez is the subject of an arrest warrant issued in 2019 for illegal human trafficking.

According to this US immigration institution, from the 1 October 2009 has been in charge of deporting more than 3,700 fugitives who were claimed in their countries of origin for serious crimes, like kidnapping, rape and murder, and that they had sought to hide in the United States.

Jose Alexander Ramos Martinez. Photo: Courtesy of ICE.