This is what happens when you have no border security.
A MS-13 gang member with an extensive criminal history illegally present in the United States was arrested by multiple agencies in Toledo on Thursday.
Juan Carlos Alvarez-Robles, 38, is a Mexican national and suspected in a number of criminal activities in the Great Lakes region, according to the U.S. Border Patrol. Alvarez-Robles has been removed from the United States five times previously.
With a criminal history dating back 30 years, his past charges include possession of a controlled substance; transporting/selling of narcotics; grand theft auto, and multiple accounts of theft and burglary.
On January 23, Border Patrol agents and the Toledo DEA task force executed a federal arrest warrant.
But… where will landscapers find their workers?
TOLEDO, Ohio — Already facing a severe labor shortage, landscaping businesses that can’t keep up with booming demand for backyard patios and fire pits worry that an immigration raid that rounded up over 100 people last week will make it even tougher to persuade Congress to allow more foreign workers into America for seasonal jobs.
Owners of landscaping companies near Tuesday’s sting in the Lake Erie resort city of Sandusky and nearby Castalia, which targeted workers with forged documents in one of the largest actions at a workplace in recent years, said it sent a shiver of apprehension through their industry.
I bet Juan is great with a machete.