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  • ILLEGAL ALIEN DRUG TRAFFICKER FROM MEXICO GOES ON DEADLY RAMPAGE IN ALABAMA -Suspect in east Alabama shooting deported recently


    A convicted cocaine trafficker suspected of killing three people in east Alabama over the weekend was deported in April and re-entered the country illegally. Moya was deported to Mexico in April after serving a year in Alabama for trafficking. He pleaded guilty to the charge in June 2011 following his arrest in Calhoun County.

    Suspect in east Alabama shooting deported recently

    Written by JAY REEVES
    Associated Press
    Dec 17, 2012

    Authorities react as they stand watch over a scene where a body lies covered with a sheet on Hwy 78 in Oxford, Ala., Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012. Police officers in eastern Alabama shot an assailant armed with an AK-47 assault rifle toward the end of a pursuit that left several people injured, authorities said.

    The pursuit began after a shooting in Cleburne County. The county is near the Georgia state line. The person in the road was killed by police after leading them on a high speed chase after shooting several people. (AP Photo/Anniston Star, Stephen Gross) / AP

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say a convicted cocaine trafficker suspected of killing three people in east Alabama over the weekend was deported in April and re-entered the country illegally.

    Bryan Cox of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says officials don't know how long 33-year-old Romero Roberto Moya had been back in the United States.

    Cox says Moya was deported to Mexico in April after serving a year in Alabama for trafficking. He pleaded guilty to the charge in June 2011 following his arrest in Calhoun County.

    Police say Moya was suspected in a slaying that left three Hispanic males dead in Cleburne County on Saturday. He was later shot to death by police after a two-county chase.

    A Heflin police officer shot during the exchange of gunfire is recovering.
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