Washington: DUI driver Alberto Flores Martinez crashed his Toyota into Carniceria Los Compadres and struck person inside; Skagit County Sheriff Jail DUI arrest bookings for Oct. 17, 2017

Washington State Patrol

Skagit County Sheriff Jail DUI arrest bookings for Oct. 17, 2017

Skagit County Sheriff Will Reichardt

ICE NOT WANTED IN STORE THAT
DUI DRIVER CRASHED THROUGH

DUI driver Alberto Flores Martinez crashed his Toyota into store and struck person inside

According to the Washington State Patrol, on Oct. 17, 2017, at 4:29 pm, Trooper R. Thomas was on the scene of a crash of a vehicle into a building at 1627 Freeway Drive in Mount Vernon, Washington. The Trooper reported that Alberto Martinez Flores, 41, of Mount Vernon, Washington, had been parked in front of the store and then suddenly accelerated into the building and hit a person inside. Police say that David D. Clemo, 62, of Mount Vernon, was injured and rushed to a hospital.

Alberto Flores Martinez was arrested for DUI and booked into the Skagit County Jail on charges of DUI and vehicular assault. *

Carniceria Los Compadres is the store located at the address filed by police in the report that was struck by Alberto Flores Martinez on 101717 Photo courtesy of Yelp.

On the Facebook page of the Mexican grocery that was hit by Martinez-Flores, the following notice had been posted earlier in the year, mean that Martinez-Flores could park his car inside the store without worrying about running over any ICE agents:

Buenos días,
Quiérenos aclarar que aquí no puede llegar inmigración
Ellos serán corridos de la propiedad, lleguen con confianza y favor de comentar a nosotros si miran que estén en la propiedad para correrlos
Gracias y que tengan feliz día!

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Good morning,
Let us clarify that there can be no immigration here
They will be corridos of the property, come with confidence and favor to comment on us if you look to be on the property for them
Thank you and have a happy day!

We would like to assure our clients’ immigration may not enter our store
They will be kicked out and off the property, please feel free to shop

Good morning,
We would like to assure our clients immigration may not enter our store
They will be kicked out and off the property, please feel free to shop
If you see them bugging or anything suspicious, please let us know so we can tell them to leave at once
Thank you, and have a great day!

ICE chief pledges quadrupling or more of workplace crackdowns

Washington (CNN)The administration’s top immigration enforcement official on Tuesday said his agency will vastly step up crackdowns on employers who hire undocumented immigrants — a new front in President Donald Trump’s hardline immigration agenda.

Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan spoke at the conservative Heritage Foundation and was asked whether his agency would do more to target not just undocumented workers, but their places of work.
Homan said he has instructed Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the investigative unit of ICE, to potentially quintuple worksite enforcement actions next year.
He said he recently asked HSI to audit how much of their time is spent on worksite enforcement and said he has ordered that to increase “by four to five times.”
“We’ve already increased the number of inspections in worksite operations, you will see that significantly increase this next fiscal year,” Homan promised, saying the goal is to remove the “magnet” drawing people to enter the US illegally.  MORE

 

 

ICE ARRESTS CLIMB BY NEARLY 40%

ICE ERO arrests climb. photo by ICE

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the 100 days since President Donald J. Trump signed Executive Orders (EOs) regarding immigration enforcement priorities, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has arrested more than 41,000 individuals who are either known or suspected of being in the country illegally. This reflects an increase of 37.6 percent over the same period in 2016.

Between Jan. 22 and April 29, 2017, ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deportation officers administratively arrested 41,318 individuals on civil immigration charges. Between Jan. 24 and April 30, 2016, ERO arrested 30,028.

“These statistics reflect President Trump’s commitment to enforcing our immigration laws fairly and across the board. ICE agents and officers have been given clear direction to focus on threats to public safety and national security, which has resulted in a substantial increase in the arrest of convicted criminal aliens. However, when we encounter others who are in the country unlawfully, we will execute our sworn duty and enforce the law. As the data demonstrates, ICE continues to execute our mission professionally and in accordance with the law, and our communities will be much safer for it,” said ICE Acting Director Thomas Homan.

 

Nearly 75 percent of those arrested during this period in 2017 are convicted criminals, with offenses ranging from homicide and assault to sexual abuse and drug-related charges.

 

Nearly 75 percent of those arrested during this period in 2017 are convicted criminals, with offenses ranging from homicide and assault to sexual abuse and drug-related charges.

The arrest of aliens at-large in the community increased by more than 50 percent, from 8,381 last year to 12,766 arrests this year during the same period.

The arrest of convicted criminal aliens climbed nearly 20 percent, from 25,786 last year to 30,473 this year.

Violent crimes such as homicide, rape, kidnapping, and assault accounted for more than 2,700 convictions.

 

 

MARTINEZ-FLORES ALBERTO 270901
Incarceration Date: 18:02:00 10/17/17
Scheduled Release:
Jail Housing Location: J Pod
Arrest Date : 16:45:00 10/17/17
Arrest Type : INVESTIGATIVE HOLD
Arrest Agency : WA STATE PATROL
Arrest Location : 1637 FREEWAT DRIVE
Offense Date Offense Description Related Incident Court Court Reference Bail Amount Bail Type
16:45:00 10/17/17 VEHICULAR ASSAULT SC INV $0.00 Cash/Bond Accepted
16:45:00 10/17/17 DUI SC INV Included Cash/Bond Accepted
MCCOLLOUGH ANDREA GWEN 449391
Incarceration Date: 02:00:00 10/17/17
Scheduled Release:
Jail Housing Location: R Pod
Arrest Date : 23:53:00 10/16/17
Arrest Type : MISDEMEANOR CITATION ARREST
Arrest Agency : BURLINGTON POLICE DEPT
Arrest Location : 2100 S BURLINGTON BL
Offense Date Offense Description Related Incident Court Court Reference Bail Amount Bail Type
23:39:00 10/16/17 DUI 17-B07865 BMC 7Z1177393 $1,000.00 Cash/Bond

Accepted

TAPLIN SHAWN MICHAEL 387391
Incarceration Date: 22:20:00 10/16/17
Scheduled Release:
Jail Housing Location: J Pod
Arrest Date : 20:03:00 10/16/17
Arrest Type : MISDEMEANOR CITATION ARREST
Arrest Agency : WA STATE PATROL
Arrest Location : NB I5/ BOWHILL ROAD
Offense Date Offense Description Related Incident Court Court Reference Bail Amount Bail Type
20:33:00 10/16/17 DUI DC 7Z1116416 $0.00 Cash/Bond Accepted
20:33:00 10/16/17 DWLS/R 3RD DEGREE DC 7Z1116416 Included Cash/Bond Accepted
20:33:00 10/16/17 VIOL DUI RESTRICTIONS DC 7Z1116416 Included Cash/Bond Accepted
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