[Above]  Jennifer Delgado, 15 years old and pregnant by Armando Garcia-Ramires for the second time was murdered by him during her 9th month of pregnancy. He is her mother’s boyfriend. He was ‘caught and released’ twice.


Armando Garcia-Ramires, in the US illegally ‘lured his 15-year-old stepdaughter’s mom away from her home then shot the girl two weeks before she was due to give birth to her ‘SECOND child with him’

  • Armando Garcia-Ramires, 35, was arrested last month in San Antonio, Texas
  • His wife said he got her daughter pregnant twice in the year they were separated
  • Jennifer Delgado, 15, was shot on March 6. She was nine months pregnant 
  • New details suggest he told his wife to meet him at a bank before the shooting
  • She waited there, then called him – he told her to meet him near her home
  • He shot himself when she arrived but survived the small-caliber wound
  • Cops found Delgado dead in her mom’s home; her 1-year-old was alive with her
  • A native of Mexico, Garcia-Ramires had been arrested by ICE twice in 10 years
  • He was released in 2011 and 2016, and is in the process of getting legal status

The 35-year-old man accused of fatally shooting a pregnant teen was also the father of the unborn child, who later died, as well.  The 1-year-old son who was unharmed, San Antonio police said Tuesday.

According to police, Armando Garcia-Ramires, who is currently in jail on a $2 million bond, lived near the 15-year-old victim, Jennifer Delgado, who was nine months pregnant.

The undocumented immigrant from Mexico who got his 15-year-old stepdaughter pregnant twice shot her dead after he convinced her mom to step out and then broke into her home, it has emerged.

Armando Rodrigo Garcia-Ramires, 36, killed Jennifer Delgado in San Antonio, Texas, on March 6, according to a police report. Her mom had gone to meet him at a local bank before the killing, the newly emerged details claim.

Garcia-Ramires shot himself once through the mouth with a 22-caliber handgun, police said. He was taken to University Hospital, where he was recovering Tuesday.

Garcia-Ramires had previously been released from ICE custody ‘twice’ – most recently in April 2016, one month before he impregnated Delgado a second time.

Mr. Garcia’s criminal record is lengthy.

He was arrested in 2008 for assault, but the local prosecutor opted to drop the case. He was charged with theft in 2009, but the case was dismissed. In 2011 immigration agents arrested him and tried to deport him, but he was granted bond and released.

It’s unclear what happened to that case, but five years later, he was still in the U.S., where he was arrested for smuggling five other illegal immigrants, according to federal documents. Mr. Garcia was turned over to Homeland Security agents, who pushed for a trial, but the local U.S. attorney refused to prosecute, saying there wasn’t a good witness.

Immigration agents again tried to deport Mr. Garcia, but he was again released on bond. A month and a half after he was released, he applied for legal status in the U.S. — despite his criminal record — and in November 2016 the Obama administration approved his work permit, giving him the right to work, get a driver’s license and apply for a Social Security number and taxpayer benefits.

Mr. Garcia’s case touched all three immigration agencies within Homeland Security: Customs and Border Protection, where Border Patrol agents were involved in the smuggling case; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which handled the failed deportation efforts; and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which is the agency he asked to approve his legal status.

CBP and USCIS declined to comment, while ICE officials said it was immigration judges who granted him bond in both deportation cases. ICE failed to explain why the cases were never pursued further to actually deport Mr. Garcia from the country.

In the latest case, Mr. Garcia apparently had a lengthy relationship with the 15-year-old girl, whom local reports identified as Jennifer Delgado. According to local news reports, Mr. Garcia was Delgado’s stepfather, and federal documents say they had a one-year-old child together, and that Delgado was nine months pregnant with another child of his.

The one-year-old child would have already been born — to a girl who would have been 14 at the time — when ICE agents and prosecutors last had Mr. Garcia in their custody.

“She cannot consent to sex, so he was obviously sexually assaulting her or sexually abusing her for a number of years in that situation,” Randy McGibney, director of programs at ChildSafe, told News 4 San Antonio.

Federal documents say Mr. Garcia subsequently tried to commit suicide with the .22 caliber weapon used to kill his girlfriend and stepdaughter.

ICE agents have once again said they’ll try to deport him, if and when he’s released by Texas authorities after the conclusion of his case — and any sentence — on the new murder charge.

 

 

When officers arrived to the wooded area to investigate, they found Garcia-Ramires with a handgun, but he tossed it away when he was confronted by police because it was empty.

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Police later discovered he had shot himself one time through the mouth with a .22-caliber handgun, apparently in an effort to kill himself.

Upon further interviews with the unidentified woman who informed them of Garcia-Ramires’s relationship to Delgado, officers went to Delgado’s apartment.

They found the front door kicked in. Inside, officers located Delgado’s body. She had been shot in the head multiple times and was declared dead at the scene. Her body was taken to University Hospital in an unsuccessful effort to save her unborn child.

Police also found the 1-year-old son in the apartment .

Garcia-Ramires was transported to University Hospital. He was later booked into the Bexar County Jail on two capital murder charges after he was released from the hospital.

 

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