Previosuly Deported Illegal Alien Murdered In Minnesota

NEW ULM, MN (The Journal) – Bail for a 44-year-old Sleepy Eye man accused of causing the death of an 11-week-old infant at Children’s Hospital, Minneapolis, Jan. 7, was set at $1 million without conditions and $500,000 with conditions in Brown County District Court Jan. 9.

Jose Isabel Rodriguez Limones, 318 Maple St. S.W., said to be an illegal Mexican immigrant who has been deported at least once, faces charges of second-degree murder, first and second-degree manslaughter, and first and fifth-degree assault.

The cause of death was preliminarily reported to be respiratory failure, secondary to severe traumatic brain injury, according to court documents. An autopsy will be performed, according to the Brown County Attorney’s Office.

Sleepy Eye Police talked with a Children’s Hospital social worker on Jan. 8. The worker confirmed that on Jan. 6, the victim was removed from a ventilator. The victim stopped breathing at about 12:45 a.m. Jan. 7.

Police got a fax Jan. 2 from a mandated reporter and doctor at the hospital, informing them of a possible child abuse case involving an 11-week-old child born to Christian Hinojosa and Jose Isabel Rodriguez Limones. The fax stated that the baby boy was …

Read more at the Illegal Alien Crime Report
(The opinions in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Southern Nation News or SN.O.)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *