On Friday, Border Patrol agents working out of the Brian A. Terry Station near Naco, apprehended a Mexican national in Cochise County, who is wanted for murder in South Carolina.
The Sierra Vista Herald reports that the suspect, Delfino Escorza-Dimas, 26, has an outstanding arrest warrant issued by the Greenville Police Department "on charges of murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, discharging into a dwelling and assault and battery with intent to kill."
The crime took place in 2006.
Escorza-Dimas is currently being held in the Cochise County Jail awaiting extradition to South Carolina.
Also, on Friday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at the Paso Del Norte border crossing in Texas, arrested another Mexican national wanted for murder in New Mexico.
The man, Leonardo Limon, 20, was wanted for a homicide, attempt to commit first-degree murder and other charges, stemming from a November 2011 stabbing in Anthony, Texas, according to CBP.
Limon is currently being held in the El Paso County Jail awaiting extradition to New Mexico.
Of course, these two arrests are only the latest examples of the danger to which Americans are being subjected through illegal immigration.
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