Mother Murdered By Alien

PUBLISHED: 1:10 PM 13 Mar 2019
UPDATED: 5:51 PM 18 Mar 2019

California Mom Slaughtered In Home After Police Released Violent, Illegal Alien Six Times

Although police are calling for a ‘discussion’ concerning the sanctuary laws in California, that will not change the fact that an American mother is dead at the hands of a violent alien and the tragedy could have been averted if California would follow federal law.

Police Chief Eddie Garcia claimed there should be a 'conversation' about sanctuary policy, but that won't bring back the woman who was murdered because his county released this violent gang member.

San Jose police announced yesterday that a 59-year-old mom was brutally murdered in her home by a previously deported and violent illegal alien. In fact, the man had been previously released by California sanctuary idiocy six times, despite ICE requests for detainment.

The gang member, Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza, had been arrested a number of times, but in Commi-fornia, he was considered an ‘upstanding member of the community’ and released back into U.S. society.

SF Gate Reported:

Bambi Larson was killed in her home in the 900 block of Knollfield Way on Thursday afternoon. Police responded to the address after her coworkers reported her missing to her son, and found her dead with at least one stab wound.

The case was initially ruled as a “suspicious death” by police. The Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office later determined she died of blunt force injuries to the throat and neck.

On Monday, police announced they had arrested Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza, who is believed to be homeless, and booked him into Santa Clara County Jail on suspicion of murder.

Police Chief Eddie Garcia held a news conference Tuesday, saying police first made contact with Arevalo Carranza Monday at Foxworthy and Pearl avenues to arrest him for alleged methamphetamine possession. He was then cited and released.

Meanwhile, an ongoing investigation returned DNA evidence from multiple locations around Larson’s home, including a “bloody trail” of footprints left behind by the suspect, Garcia said.

Arevalo Carranza’s DNA taken during the initial arrest matched the samples, and police once again located and arrested him on suspicion of murder. On the day Larson was killed in her home, surveillance footage showed Arevalo Carranza “stalking” the area and later on leaving the residence after the killing, Garcia said. Police have not yet been able to find a connection between Larson and the suspect.

An ongoing investigation revealed Arevalo Carranza had allegedly been detained by Homeland Security Investigations in McAllen, Texas in 2013 and deported, but he returned to the United States and was arrested numerous times on suspicion of offenses including burglary, battery, false imprisonment, possession of methamphetamine and prowling.

Arevalo Carranza was arrested and released in Los Angeles and Santa Clara counties six times, and was most recently arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and paraphernalia in January.

He is currently on probation for the charges, and Garcia said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had placed him under a detainer order that would allow him to be held in jail until federal authorities arrive. The order was repeatedly ignored by Santa Clara County due to its sanctuary policies.

Garcia claimed the incident was ‘rare,’ but that the brutal slaying demands that a ‘conversation’ over whether to honor ICE detainer requests should be conducted about violent criminals.

San Jose police do not request immigration status when making an arrest or report or arrest undocumented immigrants living in the city, but Garcia said ignoring detainers and releasing inmates from custody who have committed serious crimes undermines the city’s safety.

“This isn’t about politics, this is about public safety,” Garcia said, adding that documented and undocumented immigrants should have no reason to fear police in the city. “He could have been turned over six times.”

San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo called Larson’s death a “devastating tragedy” and doubled down on Garcia’s statements, calling for a change in the county’s policy that would benefit all residents, especially immigrants who are most often targeted by felons who should be deported.

Sheriff Laurie Smith released a statement following the news conference siding with the city’s position.

“This is a senseless act, and very well may have been preventable,” Smith said. “Carlos Arevalo-Carranza is a violent predator who should have remained in custody until officials with ICE had the appropriate time to evaluate his immigration status.”

She said she has long stood by a system of honoring ICE holds, and would advocate to change this county policy.

“We will go to the end of the Earth to catch a predator like this,” Garcia said, emphasizing that at the heart of the issue is a mother and coworker who was senselessly killed.

Larson attended San Jose State University and the University of California at Santa Cruz, and was a manager at medical testing company Roche Sequencing Solutions in San Jose.

“We are saddened by the sudden passing of our colleague and friend,” company officials said in a statement last week. “Given the nature of the ongoing investigation, we cannot comment further, out of respect for the family as well.”

District 9 Councilwoman Pam Foley, whose district includes the neighborhood where Larson was killed, said she was “deeply saddened” by Larson’s death. She also commented on a murder-suicide involving a mother and her two children last Wednesday.

“I extend my sincerest sympathies to each family,” Foley said in a statement.

Garcia claimed the ‘ends of the earth?!’ They had this fiend in custody six times! How dare anyone simply give lip service about this death when the blood of this innocent woman is squarely on their hands.

The president is right. Sanctuary policies are killing Americans. This is just another in the long list of dead, killed at the hands of politicians and criminals.