Previously deported illegal alien wanted for alleged killing of 24-year-old sheriff’s deputy who was taken into custody with the fallen deputy handcuffed

On Sunday, 24-year-old Weld County Sheriff’s Deputy Alexis Hein-Nutz was killed in a hit and run in Colorado. Born in Bismarck, North Dakota, Hein-Nutz dreamed of serving her community and country as a peace officer. A 36-year-old illegal alien, Norberto Gonzales-Garcia, was arrested on Monday and charged with shattering that dream.

Hein-Nutz was riding her motorcycle to work on September 18 when Garcia reportedly hit her with his Ford van and then fled on foot, leaving her body in the street.

Although Garcia initially evaded arrest by hiding in a nearby cornfield, investigators from the Colorado State Patrol, Weld County Sheriff’s Office and Ft. Collins Police Services eventually hunted him down.

The WCSO noted that the community provided officers with actionable tips when asked, one of which “led us to Fort Collins and led to the arrest of Garcia-Gonzales.”

When they made the arrest at 10:15 p.m. Monday, officers used Hein-Nutz’s handcuffs to restrain their alleged killer.

Not his first hit-and-run, but still illegal in the country

Garcia was charged with negligent driving causing death and leaving the scene causing death. Joshua Lewis of the CSP indicated that this is the case sufficient evidence at the scene of the accident to indicate that Garcia was intoxicated at the time of the murder.

The suspect had been in the country illegally. Officer recovered obtained a fake green card and fake social security card from his vehicle and later confirmed he had been impersonating a different first name, Octavio.

He had previously arrested Arrested by the US Border Patrol in 2007 but allowed to voluntarily return to his home in Mexico. Garcia re-entered the United States illegally and was convicted of drink driving in January 2012. A year later, Garcia was convicted with another DUI, but this time also a hit-and-run.

In May 2013, an immigration judge granted Garcia voluntary exit, which he ignored, after two drunk driving and hit-and-run drives.

Colorado, where Garcia illegally took up residence, is officially a so-called protective state.

Democratic Gov. Jared Polis did this by signing the law into law House bill 1124. The main sponsors of this law are democratic state officials. Adrienne Benavidez and Suzanne Lontine and State Sens. Mike foot and Julie Gonzales.

Accordingly, state and local law enforcement agencies are prevented from complying with immigration detainees or requests from immigration and customs officials to detain illegal aliens already in custody for up to 48 hours.

Additionally, the law passed by Colorado Democrats and signed by Polis prevents parole officers from sharing critical information about criminal noncitizens like Garcia with ICE.

‘A Brighter Future’

According to the Weld County Sheriff, Hein-Nutz was serving as a deputy for custody and was a week away from her 25th birthday.

Weld County Deputy Sheriff Alexis Hein-NutzWeld County Sheriff’s Office

After graduating from prison academy, Alexis wrote on Facebook, “After many years of dreaming of working in law enforcement, I can finally say I’m officially following my dreams. This is just the first springboard to a better future. Here is a better life and doing what I should be doing.”

One of the Hein-Nutz employees said CDVR“She was a hard worker… very bright and outgoing.”

Even ex-prisoners praised their skills and virtues. “After spending 50 days in jail, I probably saw her five days a week,” said former Weld County jailer Ben Selvey. “You’d think maybe a policewoman doesn’t get the respect that a man does, but there wasn’t a single guy in that prison [who] wasn’t afraid of her.”

Sheriff Steve Reams noted on Facebook that the Weld County Sheriff’s Office is accepting donations to help the family through the office’s 501c3.

“The public can make a tax-deductible donation to the Weld County Sheriff’s Office and credit Rep. Alexis Hein-Nutz in the memo. Checks may be mailed or deposited at the Weld County Sheriff’s Office, 1950 O St., Greeley, CO. 80631. Be sure to include your name, address, and phone number to receive a tax assessment notice.”

A tragic development

On September 9, 56-year-old illegal alien Maximino Delgado Lagunas was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for the murder of a 6-year-old Orange County girl. Lagunas had run over Grace Aguilar, who was playing on the sidewalk, after he drank enough to exceed the state’s legal blood alcohol limit by three times. Lagunas was in the US, despite having previously been convicted of drunk driving and twice deported.

Lagunas and Garcia are just two of many illegal immigrants who take to America’s streets drunk and endanger citizens’ lives.

So far this year, there were 1,419 illegal aliens who have been convicted for driving under the influence. Last year there were 1,620 convictions. In 2020, under President Donald Trump, there were 364.

Among the millions of illegal aliens who have entered the United States this year and the tens of millions who have stolen across the border over the past few years, there are many who have bloodied such habits.

A 72-year-old man from Florida was dead and three others injured Earlier this year when Jose Virgilio Carcamo Elvir got behind the wheel while under the influence.

In JanuaryJarol Leiva-Navarro killed a 32-year-old American while reportedly driving drunk at 110 miles per hour.

In March last year a father of two, Cheston Edwards, was slain by Rolbin Pacheco.

A 5 year old in Florida was killed in a hit-and-run last October by a drunk illegal alien who was driving without his headlights on.

In July 2020three members of the Thin Blue Line motorcycle club were run over by a drunk DACA-covered illegal with a long criminal record.

So far this year there have been 60 illegal aliens sentenced of murders on American soil. Previously deported illegal alien wanted for alleged killing of 24-year-old sheriff’s deputy who was taken into custody with the fallen deputy handcuffed

Laura Coffey

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