6 Illegal Immigrants arrested as part of child grooming gang in Wisconsin

MANCHESTER, WI (Channel 3000) – The Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office has arrested six people in connection with a sex trafficking case, according to a news release.

Law enforcement officials said they received a 911 call Nov. 28 from a juvenile on the run. According to police, she had escaped from a residence where she was being sex trafficked . Police said she was able to provide information that allowed police to start an investigation.

Police executed a search warrant on Nov. 29 at W2964 County Line Road in Manchester, Wisconsin, where they seized multiple items of evidence believed to be connected to the assault of the juvenile . The warrant also led to the arrest of six people who all lived in the home.

Thirty-three-year-old Esler Hugo Rivera, 28-year-old Rolando Corado Gonzalez, 40-year-old Avelino Sarceno-Sarceno, 37-year-old Ember Rivera, 28-year-old Noe Bautista-Martinez and 31-year-old Evis Amabilio Garcia-Rivera were all arrested on suspicion of second-degree sexual assault.

Amabilio Garcia-Rivera is suspected of trafficking the juvenile, the release said. Police believe all of the suspects are undocumented immigrants from Guatemala . According to the release, the suspects have made court appearances and are being held at the Green Lake County Correctional Facility on cash bonds varying from $20,000 to $50,000.

The incident is currently under investigation by the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office and the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigations.

Sick, twisted, bastards.

They’ll be real popular in prison.

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They always leave out how this is cartel related. The cartels make billions a year off of other non-narcotic illicit activities, such as human trafficking.

Disgusting human garbage.

After they serve what little sentence they are given and deported, they’ll make their way back again.

And the lefties cannot see the need for a wall in spite of many stories like this.

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What I said: Each day, my list of reasons for Public Crucifixion grows larger.

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A wall is not necessary; just a fence & a few designated monitored legal ports - points of entry. If you cross anywhere else along the border, YOU WIL BE SHOT ON SIGHT. I guarantee word would spread like wildfire. The answer was always right in front of us. OK, put signs on the fence informing people what to expect.

Darlings of the loony left , maybe they deserve an award or one of those standing ovations they hand out to perverts and child molesters . :roll_eyes: :rage:

Everyone that knew these creeps were illegal, and didn’t report them, should share in their charges.

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Oh wow look at that…now how did these guys get allllllll the way up to Wisconsin…thanks Obongo. When will Obongo’s trial begin for being party to rapes and murders? Will anyone who pushed for catch and release be responsible for the fallout and consequences?

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“Why spoil it with legalities”? Teddy Roosevelt. That being said; 9mm or .45 - dumpster - landfill. Minor disposal charge. Once they know the reason, taxpayers will be dancing in the streets.

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What a rediculous amount of bail!!! Mere chump change!!! Not enough to keep them from not showing up. Should have been denied bail or made it 2 milliom dollars each cash bail

Dangle their balls in a cage full of starved rats. Anyone ( ANYONE ) who knowingly harms a child, must be eliminated.

Where are the open border supporters hiding on this??? Putting up the bail money!!!

That’s never going to happen though and we all know it, thus effective physical barriers are essential.

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You can’t hold people legally liable for same. Too do so would put us in the category of oppressive police states like Soviet Russia, Communist China, or N. Korea.

Someone would bitch about the cross being used as government supporting a religious symbol for executions and violating separation of church and state.

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A post & beam would work equally well.

This is infuriating.

Every illegal that arrives tilts the US closer to the failed authoritarian regimes they left behind.



There may never be a law allowing it; but don’t say it’s never going to happen. Desperate situations often require desperate measures. People tend to get fed up, and history has proven, they often take matters into their own hands. Sometimes the point is reached, where someone no longer gives a shit.

What will it take for us to resch that breaking point.