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    Man deported 11 times arrested again

    Man deported 11 times arrested again

    Updated: Jul 17, 2013 7:05 AM PDT <em class="wnDate">Wednesday, July 17, 2013 10:05 AM EST</em> By FOX 10 News - Staff Report

    Felipe Gonzalez-Tempura; Daniel Jupa-Fino

    ELOY, Ariz. - A 19-year-old man and a 21-year-old man, who has already been deported 11 times, were arrested after running from deputies on Tuesday.

    A Pinal County Sheriff's deputy was driving on I-8 near I-10 when he attempted to pull a car over for a traffic violation.

    The vehicle ignored the deputy, crossed over the eastbound lanes of traffic and stopped suddenly.

    Deputies say Felipe Gonzalez-Tempura and Daniel Jupa-Fino ran out of the car and were chased into a nearby trailer park.

    A perimeter was established and deputies were able to take Gonzalez-Tempura into custody.

    He was injured when he tried to climb over a barbwire fence.

    Deputies found 10 packaged bundles of marijuana weighing about 220 pounds and a worth of $165,000.

    Gonzalez-Tempura was booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center for possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale and transportation of marijuana.

    Deputies say a citizen reported a suspicious person at the Pride Gas Station in the 7100 block of Sunland Gin Road around 8:15 p.m.

    Workers at the truck stop told deputies a man told them deputies were looking for him because he had fled from a traffic stop.

    Authorities located Jupa-Fino and after a brief struggle, he was taken into custody.

    Border Patrol officials told deputies Jupa-Fino had been deported 11 times during the last three years for entering the US illegally.

    He was booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center for Possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale and transportation of marijuana.

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    Illegal Alien Previously Deported 11 Times Arrested on Drug Charges in Arizona

    July 17, 2013 - 2:20 PM
    By Craig Bannister

    An illegal alien who has already been deported 11 times was arrested Tuesday on charges of drug possession with intent to distribute, the office of Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu reported today.

    Daniel Jupa-Fino and his passenger allegedly fled on foot from his vehicle - carrying 220 pounds of marijuana with at street value of 165,000 - when a deputy pulled him over for a routine traffic violation. When police caught up with Jupa-Fino, he fought with them before being taken into custody.

    Jupa-Fino had previously been deported 11 times, Border Patrol officials told the Pinal County sheriff's office after running a check on him.

    "This is yet more dramatic evidence that our border is not secure - putting citizens and the country at needless risk. Unfortunately, the Gang of Eight's amnesty-first framework guarantees that the border will remain insecure," a GOP Senate aide told

    Sheriff Babeu echoed the sentiment, warning Americans of the dangers of the Senate "Gang of Eight" immigration bill:

    "These criminal illegals smuggled marijuana into the United States and when stopped they both fled from law enforcement. The driver of the vehicle who has already been deported 11 prior times physically fought with deputies.

    "Meanwhile, the Obama Administration and Gang of 8 is making plans for Green Cards and a path to citizenship for 11-20 million illegals. We must enforce the law and secure the border prior to any discussion of immigration reform."

    As previously reported, the Senate immigration bill as it currently stands will allow an illegal alien with two convictions "for driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated" to be granted legal status in this country.

    If the alien is not then convicted of a third DUI after passage of the bill and before he is naturalized, he will remain eligible to eventually become a U.S. citizen.

    And, even if an alien has been convicted of three or more DUIs, the bill allows the secretary of homeland security to waive the 2-DUI limit for illegal aliens seeking legalization if she believes it is "for humanitarian purposes, to ensure family unity, or if such a waiver is otherwise in the public interest."
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