Only one day after being allowed entry into the US by President Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a Venezuelan citizen is charged with killing a migrant lady in El Paso, Texas.
A 34-year-old Venezuelan man named Eddy Jose Ortega Alvarado was apprehended and charged this week in El Paso for allegedly killing a 40-year-old Honduran woman named Carmen Unilda Navas Zuniga on May 21. This alleged crime occurred the day after he was let go into the American interior through President Biden’s extensive Catch and Release system.
Alvarado and Zuniga allegedly crossed the border simultaneously on May 20 and were later released into the interior of the country, according to law authorities. They finally found themselves in a downtown El Paso hotel room.
First responders were asked to check on Zuniga’s well-being the following day. Around 1:30 p.m., when they entered her hotel room, they discovered that she was not breathing. They then declared her dead. According to the authorities, Alvarado had already left El Paso for the Dallas-Fort Worth region of Texas.
Once they located Alvarado and spoke with him, the police had proof that he had killed Zuniga and then taken her money.
On a $2.5 million bond, Alvarado is now being detained at the Tarrant County Jail.