Deported Twice Already, Illegal Immigrant Again Faces Gun Charges
By Cam Edwards
A 35-year old man from Mexico who’s already been deported from the United States twice after convictions for serious crimes is once again behind bars and facing federal immigration and gun charges in Tennessee.
Angel Daniel-Garcia, 35, of Mexico was indicted Wednesday on charges of being an aggravated felon who illegally re-entered the United States after having been previously deported, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.
The new charges stem from an incident on Sept. 10 in which Daniel-Garcia was found in possession of a Smith & Wesson 9mm pistol. He’s also facing felony drug and gun charges from a shooting in Davidson County that same day.
Daniel-Garcia’s criminal history in the United States dates back nearly a decade. In 2010, the Mexican national was convicted of using a firearm in the commission of two robberies in the Nashville area. He was deported, but was soon back on U.S. soil, where he was arrested and charged with being an aggravated felon who entered the country illegally after a previous deportation. He served less than two years in federal prison (it’s unclear whether or not he served any …Read the Rest
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