ICE seeks illegal immigrant in Colorado fatal hit-and-run who bonded out of jail

An illegal migrant charged with vehicular homicide inside a fiery crash on a Colorado interstate bonded out of jail Saturday, per week after the deadly hit-and-run incident, regardless of being wanted by U. H. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda, 26, allegedly fled the particular scene of the accident on Interstate 70 involving a tractor-trailer that will caught on fire last week, leaving the driving force to die, according to the Denver Law enforcement Department.

Zamarripa-Castaneda bonded out on Saturday, based on jail records, but it’s not obvious if he has been taken straight into custody, FOX 31 reported .

Authorities from ICE did not return the request for comment by Fox Information on the whereabouts of Zamarripa-Castaneda.

Flames from the crash on Interstate 70, exactly where police say Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda fled from the scene.   (Manuel Chavez)

The 26-year-old had bond posted at $25, 000, meaning he could get out of prison for $2, 500 and avoid government immigration officials until his following court date. That’s because the Denver colorado Police Department and other state organizations stopped honoring detainer orders through ICE since 2013 after legal courts ruled it was illegal.

The Denver Sheriff Department, which operates the prison, told Fox News last week that will unless ICE gets a federal unlawful warrant that Zamarripa-Castaneda could depart detention after posting bond.

“The Colorado Sheriff Department will not honor municipal detainers as it is considered unconstitutional, inch the agency said in a declaration.

GLACIERS officials told Fox News a week ago they detain up to 40, 1000 people per day, and don’t have the assets to go after every federal justify.

“By placing retainers on these individuals, all of us actually help improve public safety through these criminal aliens off the roads and ultimately removing them to their particular country of origin, ” GLACIERS Director of Communications Carl Rusnok told Fox News.


The criminal defense attorney in Colorado said the sheriff’s department actually doing anything wrong, regardless of the criminal offense involved.

“Saying because something’s very serious we would like to just abandon all of our constitutional concepts and do what’s quote unquote correct doesn’t make any legal feeling, ” Chris Decker told Sibel News.

But for Don Rosenberg, who dropped his son in a 2010 accident involving an illegal immigrant and today is a member of the group ” Fight Sanctuary State , ” the Colorado case differs.

“His rights don’ t supersede everyone else’ s right, ” this individual told Fox News. “And the very first right: He’ s in the country unlawfully. He has no right whatsoever to become here. ”

Fox News’ Alicia Acuna in Denver contributed for this report.

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