“Undocumented Alien” Pleads Guilty to Killing Couple While Drunk


Illegal alien Eduardo De La Lima-Vargas pleaded guilty of killing a man and his wife, while he was driving drunk and has been sentenced to 12.5 years in prison for his crime.

Lima-Vargas was driving while intoxicated, when he ran a red light and struck a motorcycle, killing the couple on that vehicle. Illegal aliens kill an average of 4,200 Americans every year and the Democrats think that is a reasonable price to pay to swell the rolls of Democratic voters.

Lima-Vargas will be deported once he serves his time but the next caravan will bring more just like him. Until we can get control of our border, no one in America is safe from a few bad actors, Demo0crats welcome with their open door policy.

The Statesman Journal reported:

A Hubbard man was sentenced to 12 years and six months in prison Wednesday for hitting and killing a Salem couple while driving drunk.

About two dozen of the victims’ friends and family members filled the courtroom during the sentencing of Eduardo De La Lima-Vargas.

The case proved to be contentious due to the defendant’s immigration status. According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, De La Lima-Vargas is a citizen of Mexico residing illegally in the United States.

De La Lima-Vargas, 40, of Hubbard, was driving his truck pulling an occupied horse trailer on Mission Street near Interstate 5 on Aug. 19 when he ran a red light and hit a motorcycle carrying Logan Wilson, 34, and Jessica Wilson, 32.

De La Lima-Vargas was arrested on two counts of first-degree manslaughter, DUI, reckless driving and two counts of reckless endangerment following the deadly crash.

 

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