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Illegal Migrant, Fermin Garcia-Gutierrez, Deported 8 Times with 11 Arrests, Now Charged with Murder in Ohio

Garcia-Gutierrez is currently held on an ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) detainer, as previously noted by Jones.



According to Ohio’s Butler County Sheriff’s Office, Fermin Garcia-Gutierrez, a Mexican immigrant with a history of deportation and multiple arrests, is facing murder charges following the discovery of a man’s body in Ohio.

Garcia-Gutierrez, aged 46, is currently held at the Butler County Jail on charges including aggravated murder (premeditated), using weapons while intoxicated, carrying concealed weapons, possession of drugs, and obstructing official business.

Officers responded to a 911 call and discovered the victim’s body in the 1100 block of S. 13th Street in Hamilton just after 2:30 p.m. on Monday.

Hamilton, situated just north of Cincinnati, is where Garcia-Gutierrez’s criminal history began with his first arrest back in 2001.

According to Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones, Garcia-Gutierrez has used at least seven different names and three different birthdates. Jones stated during a Wednesday press conference that Garcia-Gutierrez has faced over 20 charges during this time and is identified as a gang member.

Garcia-Gutierrez is currently held on an ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) detainer, as previously noted by Jones.

“That individual would still be alive today, and if you believe this issue doesn’t affect Butler County, Ohio, we must acknowledge that we are all border states; we are all border counties. It’s here, and the ramifications are vast,” Jones emphasized.

“Who can say how many individuals this individual has been involved with or has harmed? Here in the United States, within our correctional facilities, he has faced charges including weapons violations, domestic violence, and driving under the influence,” Jones remarked.

“We can’t ascertain the extent of his actions in Mexico.” Jones revealed that Garcia-Gutierrez had been deported on seven occasions and was once apprehended at the border before being returned to Mexico.

The sheriff disclosed that they have encountered close to 1,000 undocumented individuals facing state charges in their jail since July 2021.

“Our border is in disarray, and these individuals are the root cause,” Jones asserted, gesturing toward photographs of President Biden, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. “The reality is that López Obrador doesn’t effectively govern Mexico; it’s controlled by the drug cartel,” Jones continued. “We must halt this influx across our borders; it’s resulting in loss of life, both for us and for innocent individuals.”