Border Patrol agents stationed in California arrested a Honduran male with a murder conviction after he separated from the migrant caravan camped in Tijuana and illegally crossed into the United States.
Federal officials announced on Friday that Miguel Angel Ramirez, 46, was recently released from a Honduran prison “four months ago” after serving 13 years for homicide and robbery. He joined a migrant caravan shortly thereafter and made his way to Tijuana.
Ramirez was reportedly apprehended in the company of two other men, though their connections to the caravan are unclear at this time. Border Patrol officials say they spotted the trio around 11 pm on the night of Saturday, November 24, one mile east of the San Ysidro Port of Entry.