U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Thursday that the suspect who was fatally shot after he tried to kill a Napa County sheriff’s deputy Sunday night had been deported from the U.S. three times since 2007.
Javier Hernandez-Morales, 43, fired a .22 revolver at Deputy Riley Jarecki as she stood by the driver’s window of Hernandez-Morales’ Honda sedan that was parked on a rural road in Napa County southwest of Napa around 11 p.m.
Fortunately, Jarecki was not hit, and was able to run around the vehicle, then returned fire 15 times, killing Hernandez-Morales. Her body camera captured the entire incident. The article goes on to state the following:
In its statement, ICE said it issued detainers four separate times for Hernandez-Morales after his arrests for DUI, battery on a peace officer, selling liquor to a minor and probation violations. None of the four detainers were honored by the Napa and Sonoma county jails.
ICE officials said detainers were issued to the Napa County Jail in 2014, 2015 and 2016, as well as in 2016 to the Sonoma County Jail.
The report said that in addition to the pistol, Hernandez-Morales had a loaded .22-caliber rifle in the backseat of his vehicle. He had previously been arrested for DUI, resisting arrest and possession of a firearm, and there was a current warrant out for his arrest at the time of the shooting. He had been working as a farm laborer in the area.
Hernandez-Morales had already been deported from the U.S. twice in 2007, and once in 2010.
Warning: This post contains graphic video content and is not suitable for kids. This Body Worn Camera footage depicts the Attempted Murder of Napa County Sheriff’s Deputy Riley Jarecki on February 17th, 2019.
https://t.co/Q6HUHMMFLs via @YouTube
— Napa Co. Sheriff’s Office (@NapaSheriff) February 20, 2019
Sunday at 11:05pm,we had an Officer Involved Shooting. Our deputy was unharmed. The male suspect died at the scene, located near the 1100 block of Henry Road. The suspect was armed with a firearm. We’re in the early stages of this investigation. Names have not been released. pic.twitter.com/gQDOBpjiZb
— Napa Co. Sheriff’s Office (@NapaSheriff) February 18, 2019
UPDATE: Investigators are reviewing and assessing the deputy’s body worn camera footage which shows what transpired prior, during, and after the Officer Involved Shooting.The suspect fired the first shot, from his car at the deputy. They exchanged fire, suspect died at the scene.
— Napa Co. Sheriff’s Office (@NapaSheriff) February 19, 2019
@realDonaldTrump And each time he came here after being deported the Degenerate landed a job. There are WALLS in San Diego, and there are drones, sensors & choppers. But this administration like all others before it WILL NOT enforce the labor laws. So the illegals come! #CutOffJobs
— Dennis Michael Lynch (@realDennisLynch) February 22, 2019
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