10-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Murdered By Illegal Alien Previously Deported 5 Times

On February 15, a 50-year-old undocumented immigrant was charged with the murder of a 10-year-old child in a hit-and-run incident in Midland, Texas. The boy was slain by the illegal alien as he was on his way home from school. The alien had previously been deported five times to Mexico.

The United States-Mexico border, which is currently experiencing one of its worst crises in decades due to thousands of illegal aliens entering the country every day, is approximately four hours away from Midland. Rogelio Ortiz-Olivas is reportedly charged with causing a fatal hit-and-run accident and drunk driving, which claimed the life of Alex Wise Jr.

The 10-year-old child was struck by the Mexican national as he was driving his vehicle, according to a statement released by the Midland Police Department on February 8. According to the authorities, Ortiz-Olivas chose to leave the scene immediately after the collision, leaving Wise critically injured.

Witnesses made an instant 911 call. But despite being taken to a medical facility in the Texas city of Lubbock, the young man passed away the next day from his serious wounds. The 10-year-old child was an IDEA Travis student and, according to a different statement from his family and friends, was kind and humorous. Additionally, on February 17, the family conducted a memorial fundraising for Wise and set up a GoFundMe page for him.

According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials, the 50-year-old Mexican national entered the US unlawfully and was first deported back to his own country. After being deported on a voluntary departure order, Ortiz-Olivas is being held in jail with an ICE hold.

Despite Ortiz-Olivas’s five deportations by ICE after his initial voluntary departure, he has continued to enter the country, which analysts say is indicative of a lack of control at the southern border. The 50-year-old Mexican citizen is still being held by the Midland Police Department and is being held on a $110,000 bond.




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