Jorge Gomez-Perez, 48, of Mexico, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on an illegal re-entry charge.
By Hunter Ingram StarNews Staff
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RALEIGH – Nine undocumented immigrants, including one found in Southeastern N.C., have been indicted by a federal grand jury on illegal re-entry charges.
Jorge Gomez-Perez, 48, of Mexico, was found in Pender County earlier this year. If convicted, Gomez-Perez faces maximum penalties of two years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine and a term of supervised release following any term of imprisonment.
Also indicted on the federal reentry charges were Jose Raudilio Acosta-Hernandez, 28, of Honduras; Saul Cisneros-Franco, 52, of Mexico; Agripino Crisostomo-Lopez, 38, of Guatemala; Jose Quinvero, 36, of El Salvador; Mario Sanata, 29, of Mexico; Jose Carmen Soto, 44, of Mexico; and
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