”One day, Segundo Paucar was a pillar of Highlandtown's tight-knit, Ecuadorian-American community: a 31-year-old married father of two who employed eight people in a small business that rehabbed about 50 properties in the city each year.
The next day, he was gone, picked up by federal agents on charges related to his allegedly having entered the country illegally when he was 15.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested Paucar and popular local barber Serbando Fernando Rodriguez in Baltimore last month. They accused Paucar of being an "immigration fugitive with a final order of removal" issued more than a decade ago and Rodriguez of "illegally re-entering the United States after a previous deportation."
Oh well. Adios muchacho if that accusation is true.
For all we know maybe the roads will be safer now. Don't know if it's the case with this guy, but it does happen a lot and there are too many people driving around without a valid driver license, etc.
Edited by Ode2Joy, 12 March 2017 - 10:21 AM.