The mother of a suspected 14-year-old Mexican drug cartel assassin has been charged in San Diego with entering the United States illegally, according to a federal complaint filed Wednesday.
Neighbors said they watched Monday night as Yolanda Jimenez Lugo, 43, and her husband were led away in handcuffs in front of their distraught young daughters as Jimenez returned from an exercise class. Officials blocked access to the small street where she and her family have lived for about eight years.
The complaint stated that she had been previously deported on September 10, 1997, and had not applied for permission to return to the U.S. She and her husband, Gabriel Aguirre Manuel, were taken to the Border Patrol’s Chula Vista station for processing.
Information about a court date has not been released.
U.S. consular officials also met with Edgar Jimenez Lugo, the boy jailed on accusations of being a hit man for a cartel in central Mexico, the U.S. State Department confirmed Tuesday. He is being held at an undisclosed location for his protection.
Details of the meeting were not released, and his U.S. citizenship has not yet been verified. He was carrying a San Diego County document registering his birth in San Diego when he was arrested, but the county clerk’s office could not locate the document this week.
The teen was apprehended Thursday at an airport on the outskirts of Cuernavaca, the capital of the state of Morelos. He and his sister Elizabeth Jimenez Lugo, 19, were preparing to fly to Tijuana and then cross into the United States to be with their mother in San Diego.
Both were arrested as was their sister, Lina-Ericka Jimenez Lugo, 23, who had dropped them off at the airport.
Yolanda Jimenez Lugo briefly spoke to two reporters for The San Diego Union Tribune outside her apartment Monday afternoon but did not identify herself. Neighbors confirmed Tuesday she is the mother of Edgar and his two sisters.
San Diego County court records show that in 1997, a year after Edgar was born, Yolanda Jimenez Lugo and a co-defendant pleaded guilty to one count of possessing rock cocaine with the intent to sell. Both were sentenced to 90 days in jail and three years’ probation.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Mexican Child Cartel Hitman An Anchor Baby
El Ponchis, the 14 year old hit man for a Mexican cartel, may not qualify for the DREAM Act, as he appears to be an anchor baby of a Mexican illegal alien drug dealer.
All thanks to ICE, who refuse to enforce the immigration laws of the United States. Yolanda Jiminez Lugo and El Ponchis were beneficiaries of the ICE administrative amnesty. Interestingly the "document" that El Ponchis was carrying was not identified as a birth certificate. Very curious. Why not just say it was a birth certificate? If it wasn't, what is it? But what is clear is that the policy of the Bush Regime and the Obama Regime allowed Lugo to live freely in San Diego without fear of arrest.