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Chinese migrant wanted for murder in LA is caught as he tries to sneak back into the US

A Chinese migrant, Junnan Ge, wanted for murder in Los Angeles, was apprehended while attempting to reenter the US, according to Homeland Security sources.

On June 14, Ge was arrested in the San Diego area along with a large group of migrants who surrendered to border agents in the hope of gaining entry into the country.

During the arrest, border agents conducted background checks and uncovered an outstanding warrant dating back to 2004 from Los Angeles, accusing Ge, 37, of allegedly killing another person.

Ge had previously crossed the border in 2011 after the alleged murder, but it is unclear whether he was allowed to remain in the US at that time.

Border agents have acknowledged that their screening procedures are not infallible, and there have been instances where individuals with criminal warrants or convictions were inadvertently released into the country.

Despite this, federal data indicates that since October 2023, a total of 587 illegal migrants with warrants and over 10,000 individuals convicted of crimes have been apprehended by border authorities.

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