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Three Migrant Sex Offenders Caught Crossing US Border After Being Deported, Media Says

The detained migrants face federal felony charges for illegally re-entering the US and may be looking at a sentence of up to 20 years in a federal prison.

US Border Patrol agents have apprehended three Mexican nationals who were previously deported from the United States after being convicted of sex-related crimes, Breitbart reports.

According to the media outlet, the first of the trio of suspects was detained on Thursday on suspicion of illegally entering the US, and underwent a criminal history search, performed as part of a standard biometric background check all migrants apprehended by Border Patrol are subjected to.

The procedure reportedly revealed the suspect’s conviction for the sexual assault of two minors in 2014; the man was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and deported to Mexico in 2017 by the authorities.

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