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Two Mexican child rapists found living in Arizona after being deported from the United States

By Mason White 2:35 PM April 21, 2017
Jesus Nieblas-Romero and Nestor Franco-Guevara
Jesus Nieblas-Romero and Nestor Franco-Guevara
By: Emily Lewis

Two illegal immigrants who were deported from the United States, managed to cross the border and live in Arizona, according to police.

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents arrested the two Mexican nationals previously convicted for sex crimes against children.

Willcox Station agents arrested 26-year-old Jesus Nieblas-Romero near San Simon, Arizona.

During processing, agents conducted a records check and found that he was convicted twice for illegal re-entry into the United States, and also convicted for sexual contact with a child.

Brian A. Terry Station agents arrested 28-year-old Nestor Franco-Guevara in Bisbee, Arizona. A records check revealed that he was previously deported from the U.S. and was convicted of raping a child.

Both men are being processed in accordance to Tucson Sector Guidelines, and face prosecution for criminal illegal re-entry into the United States.