WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Authorities say a person accused of drunken using in a deadly ambulance crash in North Carolina is topic to deportation pending the legal case’s end result.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued a detainer that will permit them to take away Jose Martin Duran Romero if he’s launched from native custody. ICE mentioned Tuesday that the suspect is a citizen of El Salvador.
A detainer is issued when a suspect lacks legal immigration standing or differently suits standards for elimination.
Police say Romero’s automotive hit the ambulance wearing a Three-year-old boy, inflicting it to overturn. The boy later died in a health center.
Romero used to be charged with using whilst intoxicated and with no license. Police didn’t instantly go back a message Tuesday asking whether or not his fees would be upgraded on account of the boy’s dying.
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