In federal court: Man sentenced to 2 years for illegal re-entry into U.S.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

The following information was released Monday by the federal prosecutor's office for defendants appearing in federal court before U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh.

SENTENCED

Name: Rafael Calel-Ixcoy, also known as Juan Francisco-Hernandez and Gasper Fuentes-Mendoza

Age: 49

Charge: One felony count of unlawfully re-entering and remaining in the United States

Sentence: 24 months in prison

Summary: Calel-Ixcoy was arrested March 7, 2010 for a traffic offense in Perry County. At that time, he was identified by by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents as a Guatemalan citizen illegally in the United States who had a prior immigration history. He had previously been deported to Guatemala in 1995 by an immigration judge after being convicted of felony re-entry of a deported alien in 1993.

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