Illegal Alien 2x Released by ICE Charged With Shooting Underage Girl Carrying His Unborn Child

By Andrew Eicher | March 13, 2017 | 12:05pm EDT

Armando Rodrigo Garcia-Ramires,

35, charged with two counts of

murder.  (Bexar County Jail.) 

(CNSNews.com) – A 35-year-old illegal alien, twice released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under the Obama administration, allegedly shot a 15-year-old girl, killing her and their unborn child with whom she was 9 months pregnant, the Houston Chronicle reported on March 9.

ICE initially arrested Armando Garcia-Ramires of Mexico in January of 2011 through the Criminal Alien Program of San Antonio, but released him a month later, ICE spokeswoman Nina Pruneda said. In April 2016, ICE arrested him again and then again released him the following month.

Shortly after his second release, he impregnated the victim, 15-year-old Jennifer Delgado, before allegedly killing her and their unborn child 9 months later. He shot her multiple times in the head and, as My San Antonio reports, shot himself in the mouth in an apparent suicide attempt.

Following treatment at a local hospital, authorities booked Garcia-Ramires into Bexar County jail, where he remains on a $2 million bond. He has a 1-year-old son with the deceased Delgado.

15-year-old murder victim Jennifer Delgado.

 

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