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Deputy Sheriff Dies After 2 Sanctuary Cities Refuse to Notify ICE About DUIs

Sanctuary cities kill.  In the case I am writing about today, two sanctuary cities failed to notify ICE that an illegal alien was convicted of DUI.  Once in Overland Park, Kansas and the 2nd in Los Angeles County , California.  Because he was allowed to stay in the country, he was able to get behind the wheel of a car when he had 2 times the legal alcohol limit in his blood at which time he struck and killed a deputy sheriff in Johnson County, Kansas.

Adrian Espinosa-Flores, a 39-year-old illegal alien, pleaded guilty to reckless second-degree murder charges in Johnson County, Kansas after crashing his vehicle into Master Deputy Brandon Collins, killing him, as Kansas City Star reported.

On Sept. 11, 2016, Collins had pulled a vehicle over on U.S. 69. Collins’ patrol car was parked when Espinosa-Flores recklessly drove into the sheriff deputy’s vehicle, crashing it into the SUV that had been pulled over.

 Collins was killed at the scene of the accident. When the illegal alien was taken into custody, it was discovered that he had been driving despite being more than twice over the blood-alcohol legal limit. The illegal alien admitted to police after being taken into custody that he had been drinking that night.
The death toll caused by illegal aliens who should have been deported but saved by sanctuary cities is climbing.  The only way to end it is to make sanctuary city officials to be liable for reckless endangerment or some other charge that carries prison time to teach them a lesson.

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