WRAL reported:

He has three previous DWI convictions, but none resulted in his deportation. His stiffest sentence was handed down by a Brunswick County judge in 2004. That judge sentenced Gallegos to a maximum sentence of two years, but suspended that sentence and allowed Gallegos to serve only 30 days in jail over 15 weekends. He also ordered 30 months probation.

Read more at the Illegal Alien Crime Report
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