A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who lives in Murrieta was arrested Wednesday, March 22, and has been charged with serving to a Mexican nationwide enter the nation after that individual was banned.
Felix Cisneros, forty two, was arrested after federal prosecutors filed costs alleging that Cisneros aided a Mexican nationwide enter america after that individual was barred from re-entry due to felony convictions, in line with a Division of Justice information launch.
Cisneros was contacted in 2013 by an area organized crime determine to assist the unidentified Mexican nationwide re-enter the nation and regain his or her revoked passport, the discharge stated, citing the fees towards Cisneros.
The Mexican nationwide was employed by that organized crime determine and was despatched to Mexico to barter with an organization there, the discharge stated. She or he wanted assist getting again into america.
Cisneros is a ten-yr ICE veteran, the discharge stated. He works as a particular agent with ICE’s Homeland Safety Investigations in its Inland workplace.
The discharge says the Murrieta man helped the Mexican nationwide re-enter the nation by way of Los Angeles Worldwide Airport. Citing the fees, the discharge says he satisfied officers with U.S. Customs and Border Safety to return the individual’s passport and permit him into the nation.