Biden’s DHS Freed Illegal Aliens into U.S. Who are Now Accused of Murdering Jocelyn Nungaray

Published June 22, 2024

A pair of illegal aliens — now accused of murdering 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray in Houston, Texas — were released into the United States by President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) after they crossed the southern border, reports indicate.

As Breitbart News reported, Venezuelan nationals 22-year-old Johan Jose Martinez-Rangel and 26-year-old Franklin Pena were arrested and charged by the Houston Police Department with murdering Jocelyn Nungaray in the early morning of June 17.

A spokesperson with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has since told Fox News’s Bill Melugin that Martinez-Rangel and Pena are “illegally present Venezuelan nationals.”

According to ICE officials, Martinez-Rangel was apprehended at the border near El Paso, Texas, by Border Patrol agents. The same day, he was released into the U.S. interior on an order of recognizance with a Notice to Appear (NTA) at a later date before a federal immigration judge.

Pena was apprehended by Border Patrol agents near El Paso on May 28 and released into the U.S. interior that day on an order of recognizance with an NTA — just 20 days before Houston police say he helped murder Jocelyn.

Martinez-Rangel and Pena are among 7.4 million migrants who are known to be living in communities across America after being released from DHS custody while awaiting their deportation hearings.

On the night of June 16, Jocelyn snuck out of her apartment building after her mother went to sleep. Jocelyn’s boyfriend is reportedly the last person to have spoken to the girl. Shortly after midnight, Jocelyn can be seen on surveillance cameras at a 7/11 convenience store alongside Martinez-Rangel and Pena.

Police said Jocelyn, Martinez-Rangel, and Pena ended up at a nearby bridge after leaving the 7/11 store. Police allege that some time between 1:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Martinez-Rangel and Pena strangled Jocelyn to death and left her body in a creek at the bridge. Jocelyn’s body was found in the creek later that day.



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Illegal aliens Franklin Pena and Johan Jose Martinez-Rangel. (Photos via Houston PD)
Published June 22, 2024

Two men arrested in connection to the murder of a 12-year-old Texas girl who was found strangled to death in a creek are Venezuelan migrants in the U.S. illegally, The National Desk confirmed.

A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson on Friday said Johan Jose Martinez Rangel, 22, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, “both illegally entered the U.S. without inspection, parole or admission by a U.S. immigration officer.”

In an email, the spokesperson said the U.S. Border Patrol previously arrested both suspects earlier this year. Martinez was arrested March 14 near El Paso, Texas and released the same day on an order of recognizance with a notice to appear, according to the statement, while Pena was arrested May 28 near El Paso. He was also released the same day on an order of recognizance with a notice to appear.

The men were arrested again on Thursday — this time on capital murder charges — after police found the body of 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray. The Houston Police Department said Nungaray’s body was discovered in a shallow creek around 6:15 a.m. on Monday.

Jocelyn Nungaray was found dead in a creek off West Rankin Road near the North Freeway. Investigators say she was raped and strangled. Houston Police released surveillance photos showing Jocelyn's last moments alive. (PHOTOS: Houston Police Department)

Jocelyn Nungaray was found dead in a creek off West Rankin Road near the North Freeway. Investigators say she was raped and strangled. Houston Police released surveillance photos showing Jocelyn’s last moments alive. (PHOTOS: Houston Police Department)

“It was a horrible scene,” Houston’s Acting Chief of Police Larry Satterwhite said during a news conference Thursday afternoon.

Police previously asked the public to help them track down the suspects and thanked everyone for their input and support. Satterwhite said surveillance footage shared by the community helped police determine where Nungaray and her assailants were moments leading up to her death.




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