A man convicted of enticing a child and also illegally entering the U.S. has been held by immigration officials after he was arrested in Grand Rapids.Martinez-Hernandez, or whatever is his name his, has been deported at least three times, according to MLive. His enticement conviction resulted in a two year jail term--when he was released he was deported to Mexico again.
Javier Martinez-Hernandez is named in a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids alleging he re-entered the U.S. after deportation, subsequent to a felony conviction, without permission from the U.S. government.
Grand Rapids Police on Oct. 5 arrested a man identified as Raymundo Cortez-Hoez for driving while his license is suspended, revoked or denied. Police identified him as Martinez-Hernandez after running his fingerprints through two databases.
He was indicted, however, under yet another name, Daniel Rojas-Hernandez, records showed.