Alleged Illegal Living In Sibley Behind Bars, Facing Possible Deportation After Alleged Domestic Assault

Date posted - March 26, 2013

Osceola Sheriff CarSibley, Iowa — An alleged illegal alien living in Sibley is behind bars, facing possible deportation after an alleged domestic assault.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports their deputies arrested 34-year-old Araon Gomez-Gonzales of Sibley on charges of Domestic Assault, a simple misdemeanor.  Gomez-Gonzales was arrested after an investigation found that he allegedly had struck his live-in girlfriend after an argument.

Gomez-Gonzales is currently in the Osceola County Jail on a $300 cash bond and is being detained for Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents.

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4 Responses to “Alleged Illegal Living In Sibley Behind Bars, Facing Possible Deportation After Alleged Domestic Assault”

  1. Jason says:

    Sure a lot of alleged in there… He’s not illegal, he is just “undocumented”

  2. kiwa says:

    One is “alleged” to have committed a crime unless and until they are convicted. It’s an “innocent until proven guilty” thing.

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