Aurora DUI Homicide Suspect’s Visa Expired Over Ten Years Ago

According to the Aurora Sentinel, Ever Olivos-Gutierrez, currently charged with first degree murder in the killing of a 17-year old Aurora boy while driving drunk  last month, and who allegedly had three previous DUI charges, in 200, 2001 and 2007, has been previously detained on a federal immigration hold, but without effect.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokeperson Carl Rusnok acknowledged that ICE was notified in December, 2007, following the defendant’s DUI third arrest in Colorado, that he was being held in the Douglas County Jail, but failed to act in the following month until the suspect was released in mid-January of 2008.

Olivos-Gutierrez allegedly gained entry to the United States on a visitor’s visa that expired in January, 2004. According to the article above, police records showed that he never held a valid driver’s license despite the previous DUI arrests and other traffic infractions.

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