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American citizen who attacked Mexicans was arrested in San Miguel

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SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, Gto – On Sunday April 30, an American citizen was arrested in San Miguel de Allende for allegedly attacking several San Miguel residents and was taken before the National Migration Institute (Instituto Nacional de Migración, INM) authorities based in this city, and after his detention for disturbing the peace, it was determined that his current immigration status is illegal.

Several citizens pointed out through social networks that: “This man had a really aggressive and violent attitude towards men and women in San Miguel, and more than once he had been offensive and rude to those who crossed his path”. And even foreign residents that made his acquaintance, stated that this unstable individual was a threat for the people of San Miguel de Allende, due to his aggressive behavior.


57-year-old Robert Todd was detained and will be deported soon. (Photo: newssanmiguel.com)

The Secretariat of Public Security in collaboration with the Directorate of Municipal Transit and Civil Protection (Tránsito Municipal y Protección Civil, SSPTM y PC) detained 57-year-old Robert Todd on “Diez de Sollano Street”, when municipal police officers detected a foreign with the characteristics described on social networks, who allegedly attacked a person inside an art gallery a few days before, so law enforcement agents proceeded to arrest him and he was taken to the municipal police station, where it was determined that Todd’s immigration status was irregular, and therefore, he was turned to National Migration Institute (INM) authorities.

Robert Todd, a native of Kansas City, declared that he does not own property in Mexico, and that does not hold any legal documentation to prove his legal status in the country.

The Directorate of Municipal Transit and Civil Protection, through the Directorate of Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation (Secretaria de Prevención del Delito y Participación Ciudadana), along with the National Migration Institute (INM), confirmed that Robert Todd did not have the legal documentation to remain in the country, so that he will be deported to his country of origin as soon as possible.

Source: https://periodicocorreo.com.mx/

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