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    Senior Member zeezil's Avatar
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    Lake woman threatened, two men await deportation

    Lake woman threatened, two men await deportation
    Camden sheriff picks up pair after baseball-bat wielding neighbor runs them off
    By Deanna Wheeler/Lake Sun
    Published: Thursday, August 30, 2007 12:07 AM CDT ... ews/01.txt

    From left, Jose Guadalupe Delacruz and Jose Paniagua Avalos

    CAMDEN COUNTY - Two men are being held for deportation after threatening a Sunrise Beach resident.

    On Tuesday at approximately 4:30 p.m., the Camden County Sheriff's Department responded to a call of a reported assault in Sunrise Beach.

    When deputies arrived, the female victim said she had been assaulted by two Hispanic men who she said also threatened her if she called authorities.

    Jose Paniagua Avalos, 19, and Jose Guadalupe Delacruz, 26, had fled the scene before deputies arrived.

    According to the sheriff's department, a neighbor of the victim who had witnessed the assault had forced the men to leave by threatening them with a baseball bat.

    Deputies were able to locate the men a short time later and took them into custody without incident.

    Avalos is being held on one count of third-degree assault and a federal hold from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, while Delacruz is being held on a warrant from Jackson County, Mo., charging him with driving with a revoked license. He also is being held for ICE.

    Both men are originally from Mexico but, until yesterday had been living in Sunrise Beach.

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    Just two more illegals who think that women are fair game. I hope they rot in jail... before being deported.

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