Mexican citizen arrested for 2010 Santa Barbara murder

June 22, 2016
Eutimio Osvaldo Aispuro

Eutimio Osvaldo Aispuro

A Mexican citizen whom United States Border Patrol agents recently arrested in an Arizona desert is now in Santa Barbara County Jail on a murder charge. The murder suspect allegedly fled to Mexico after stabbing to death a 36-year-old Santa Barbara man in 2010. [KCOY]

On Sept. 25, 2010, police officers arrived at an apartment at 730 Castillo Street to check on a resident who had not been seen for several days. Officers found the dead body of Samuel Bautista Justo inside the apartment. Justo has suffered multiple stab wounds.

Investigators identified Eutimio Osvaldo Aispuro as a suspect. But, Aispuro fled to Mexico before police discovered Justo’s body.

On June 4, Aispuro, 24, was arrested for illegal entry into the country. Border patrol agents located him in a desert south of Tucson.

Santa Barbara detectives contacted Aispuro while he was being held in Tuscon’s Pima County Jail. The detectives interviewed him on Monday.

Authorities then transported Aispuro to Santa Barbara where he was booked in jail on a murder charge.

Police Sgt. Riley Harwood said Santa Barbara detectives spent the years since the murder working with federal law enforcement and the Mexican government to arrange either Aispuro’s arrest and extradition to the United States or prosecution in Mexico.

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Just another example of illegal alien murderers taking jobs away from our native born murderers!

Are we now referring to ILLEGAL ALIENS as “Mexican Citizens?” Tell it like it is, CC, he’s an Illegal Alien accused of committing a murder in the US!

That totally does not fit with the narrative, have you not been paying attention to your re-education classes? More media and entertainment for you, until you get it right! >.>

This is a violation of his progressive given civil liberties to be free of responsibility for crimes committed in the US by illegal immigrants.

Poster child for Trump?

In some cases, the system works, even with our porous borders.