Illegal Aliens Arrested for Murdering 12-Year-Old Texas Girl Were Recently Released into U.S by Biden Admin

Illegal Aliens Arrested for Murdering 12-Year-Old Texas Girl Were Recently Released into U.S by Biden Admin

The two illegal aliens arrested for murdering a 12-year-old Texas girl were recently apprehended by Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration before being released into the United States.

After being set free by Biden’s Border Patrol, Johan Jose Rangel Martinez, 21, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, were arrested for brutally strangling Houston child Jocelyn Nungaray to death.

Both Venezuelan migrants entered the United States illegally by crossing the open Southern Border.

The Houston Police Department said Thursday that both Pena Ramos and Rangel Martinez have been hit with capital murder charges.

Pena Ramos illegally crossed into El Paso, Texas, in May, authorities revealed.

He was caught by Border Patrol agents and was released into the U.S. with a Notice to Appear in court.

Rangel Martinez also crossed illegally into El Paso in March and was caught by Border Patrol.

He was released into the U.S. on an unknown basis.

Just weeks after they were released into America, young Jocelyn Nungaray was found strangled to death in a creek.

“It’s just an overwhelming sense of relief to know they’re just not out there,” Nungaray’s mother, Alexis Nungaray, told Fox Houston after police arrested the two suspects.

Houston police Lt. Stephen Hope said investigators used surveillance video to track the movements of Martinez and Ramos before and after the killing.

Earlier this week, Houston Mayor John Whitmire said Nungaray was at a convenience store and was talking to her 13-year-old boyfriend on the phone after sneaking out of her family’s apartment.

The boyfriend told investigators that he could hear Nungaray talking with two people.

Martinez and Ramos started their evening at a restaurant together on Sunday night, police said.

They left the restaurant and walked southbound when they were spotted on camera, police said.

They were later seen meeting with Nungaray and talking to her for a few minutes.

Later, Rangel Martinez and Pena Ramos, along with Jocelyn, walked to a 7-Eleven convenience store.

Authorities this week released images taken from surveillance video from the 7-Eleven where Nungaray was last seen.

Afterward, the three of them walked to a bridge, where investigators said Nungaray was murdered.

Rangel Martinez and Pena Ramos then walked to the apartment they shared and left the girl’s body behind, police said.

Police believe the pair lived in the same apartment complex as Nungaray.

Alexis Nungaray said her daughter possibly saw the pair around but was not known to talk to strangers.

“Maybe they were seen in the complex, but she normally wouldn’t walk around,” she told the news station.

The Harris County medical examiner reported that Jocelyn died as a result of strangulation.

Authorities could not confirm if the girl was sexually assaulted.

Following the arrests, Whitmire said the court system has to do its job and ensure both suspects are tried in a timely manner.

“We’re going to be watching you; the arrests have taken place, and the charges have been filed,” he said.

“Now, we want the justice system to do its job.

“If there was ever a circumstance where you do not give someone bail, this is it.”