20-year-old college student set on fire and killed by illegal in Sanctuary City

20-year-old college student set on fire and killed by illegal in Sanctuary City

A 20-year-old college student in San Antonio, TX was brutally murdered by an illegal alien who was a well known violent lawbreaker that was set free by a judge before.

If you haven’t heard of this story yet, it’s because it barely got reported by any mainstream media outlet.

according to mysanantonio.com. “Ernesto Esquivel-Garcia, 20, has been charged with murder, arson, and abuse of a corpse in connection to Vargas’s death.” 

Firefighters found the charred body of 20-year0old college student Jared Vargas, who had been at that stage missing for three days when they were called to contain the fire.

Vargas was a student at Northwest Vista College.

The illegal immigrant identified as Esquivel-Garcia, resided in San Antonio, a sanctuary city. he is currently being held on an ICE detainer in the Bexar County Jail.

Esquivel-Garcia is known to police as a serial law-breaker who remained in the United States because of the weak sanctuary laws in a leftist-run city that rely on the trust of illegals leaving the Country all by themselves.

In 2017 Esquivel-Garcia was charged for running his truck into an ex-girlfriend’s car on purpose while drunk. He was charged with DWI and misdemeanor criminal mischief.

He was also accused that night of breaking his ex-girlfriend’s cell phone and fighting with two men in her family who came outside after the crash, according to statements recorded on camera.

On the police body camera footage, they described Esquivel Garcia as a “bad guy” involved with questionable people.

“I know he does drugs. I know he has a lot to do with selling drugs,” a family member of Esquivel Garcia’s ex-girlfriend told SAPD officers on the recording.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested Esquivel-Garcia on a detainer back then in 2017. However, he was allowed to post bond and was let go to roam freely.

The following is a statement from an ICE spokeswoman, released in mid-July after his arrest for the murder of Vargas:

On June 18, 2018, deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) placed a detainer with Bexar County (Texas) Jail on Ernesto Esquivel-Garcia, from Mexico, following his arrest the same day by San Antonio Police Department on murder and arson charges. Esquivel-Garcia remains in state custody pending the outcome of his criminal case.

ICE first placed an immigration detainer on Esquivel-Garcia on March 1, 2017, after his criminal arrest for driving while intoxicated (DWI) and another misdemeanor. Esquivel was placed into removal proceedings. He posted bond granted by the immigration judge and was released from custody. On May 21, 2018, an immigration judge issued him a voluntary departure, contingent on posting a departure bond. On May 25, when Esquivel-Garcia tried to pay his bond, ICE turned him over to Bexar County after discovering that he had an active arrest warrant for obstructing highway. Four days later, Bexar County transferred Esquivel-Garcia back to ICE, and the same day he posted the departure bond that was set by an immigration judge May 21.

Before departing ICE’s office May 29, 2018, ICE deportation officers instructed Esquivel-Garcia to leave the United States by July 20, 2018, as imposed by the immigration judge’s voluntary departure order.

Basically, an immigration judge allowed a known dangerous criminal to just walk right out the door of the jail as long as he paid a “departure bond” and promised he would leave the country by July 20, 2018.

But he didn’t leave and he went killed an American citizen.

Esquivel-Garcia and the victim 20-year-old Vargas were co-workers at a local restaurant. So far the motive for the murder is still unknown, but witnesses said that they Esquivel-Vargas calmly returned to his apartment after brutally murdering his victim, “feigning ignorance as he mingled with other neighbors watching the firefighters extinguish the blaze.”

Report by Pete Andrews for MilneNews.Com

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