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Man Accused of Murdering New Jersey Nanny Was Twice-Deported Illegal Immigrant from Honduras

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Man Accused of Murdering New Jersey Nanny Was Twice-Deported Illegal Immigrant from Honduras

“The man charged with murdering a female nanny who went missing while jogging in New Jersey last month was in the U.S. illegally and had twice been deported to Honduras, Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed to the Washington ExaminerWednesday,” Anna Giaritelli reports.

“Jorge Rios, 33, has been charged with murdering Carolina Cano, 45, as well as kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault. Both lived in Jersey City, N.J., where the attack took place.” Jersey City designated itself as a sanctuary city in February 2017.

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