Denver Carlarodo Is on edge as Illegal charged with murder now free and on the Run thanks to liberal Lawmakers.
Just more proof that Democrats side with illegals over Americans. Denver, a sanctuary city, conveniently failed to notify ICE about the release of a hit-and-run murder suspect, Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda, who is currently a fugitive.
Ivan was driving drunk when he struck semi driver, John Anderson, then fled the scene, leaving Anderson to die in a fiery crash.
“We are all so angry. He didn’t deserve this. We didn’t deserve this. Denver didn’t deserve this. It feels like the government has turned their back on us,” Anderson’s friend Sonja cried.
The Dever Sheriff admits there was a mistake made but claims it was only a mistake.
“We verified that we did in fact have the notification on file. We know that was there and that’s what kind of makes this even more baffling. We have this process in place that’s worked for every other notification for release so that’s what we need to figure out through this investigation is what happened,” said Denver Sheriff Firman told CBS Denver.
Sheriff Firman told the local station (CBS Denver) That this is the first time ICE wasn’t notified prior to the release an illegal criminal. However, take a look at the story below from last year (2017) by Reuters:
The Denver Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday defended its release of an illegal immigrant after he posted bond on theft charges only to be arrested for murder weeks later, saying it had no authority to hold him.
Ever Valles, 19, a Mexican national, was released from the Denver jail in late December. Last week he was charged by state prosecutors, along with another defendant, in the murder and robbery of a man at a light rail station this month.
“The detainer wasn’t honored and he was released by the jail … without prior notification,” ICE said. “Valles is a known gang member whose gang history is documented in the Colorado gang database.”
So this wasn’t the ‘first time’ Denver police failed to alert ICE agents. In fact, back in 2014, the sanctuary city announce that they would not hold people at the request of ICE, once they were eligible for release.