Arrested looters in Lee County were in US illegally, says sheriff: 'Not tolerating it'
Added 10-04-22 01:11:01pm EST - “The sheriff of Lee County, Florida, warned that not all looters be lucky enough to get away with their lives after four individuals were arrested, three of whom were in the U.S. illegally.” - Foxnews.com
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Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno argues Hurricane Ian was ‘unpredictable’ and the hard-hit county did everything it could ‘the proper way’ to ensure people’s safety.
Officials in Lee County, Florida, are warning that not all post-Hurricane Ian looters may get off as lucky as the jailed accused scavengers arrested earlier this week — some of whom are in the U.S. illegally.
Omar Mejia Ortiz, 33, and Valerie Celeste Salcedo Mena, 26, were arrested, along with 20-year-olds Brandon Mauricio Araya and Steve Eduardo Sanchez Araya. Lee County sheriff's deputies arrested all four on charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure during a state of emergency, according to online jail records.
Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno held a press conference Tuesday in which he addressed the spike in looting and illegal scavenging in the aftermath of the historic hurricane.
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