Police Arrest Dominican Wanted in Massachusetts for Kidnapping

DANBURY, Conn. -- A 41-year-old native of the Dominican Republic who is wanted in Massachusetts on a kidnapping charge was arrested Thursday in Danbury, police said. 

Cristyan Espinal-Martinez, of Springfield, Mass., was a fugitive from justice, police said. Acting on information supplied by the U.S. Marshals Service, Danbury police said officers located and arrested Espinal, who was using the alias “Yhoony Espinal."

He has twice previously been deported from the U.S. to his native Dominican Republic and had illegally re-entered the U.S., police said.

Massachusetts has a warrant charging him with kidnapping and indecent assault. He was held on $250,000 bond pending extradition to Massachusetts. 

No further information was available on the case.

USA Deports 3,300 Dominicans in 2013, and that's just those caught!

     

 

Overflow of Dominican Criminals in the United StatesThe United States has deported 3,293 Dominicans so far in 2013, more than in the last three years. mostly held in prisons in New York, Texas, Massachusetts, Florida, Chicago, Philadelphia and New Jersey. They were accused of crimes related to drug trafficking, murder, assault, forgery, bank fraud and theft, not to forget rape.....

 

Dominican doctor alter fingerprints in US on deported illegal immigrants

     

 

Dominican Doctors for hire by criminals!!! This newest case show Dominican doctors and their assistants are still in big demand in the United States to preform fingerprint altering surgery on previously deported individuals. The price is USD 4500 per person, Last recorded case by Dominican Watchdog was a Dominican Army doctor Zaitor-Pou, who also operated in the Boston area.....

 

President Medina seeks Obama’s support to reintegrate deportees

     

 

President Danilo Medina must be fuc@%&! joking! First of all most of these Dominican losers entered the USA illegally, committed all kinds of hard core crimes from violent thefts, extreme fraud and drug sales to murders. And when finally sent back home, the Dominican president has the nerve to ask for US support, He said "the government considers the increasing number of ex-convicts deported from the United States a national security problem, with their ever growing participation in criminal activities, especially drug trafficking"....

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