Transcript for Mexican National Suspected in a Murder Spree That Left 5 Dead Was Supposed to Be Deported
Now to Missouri and to the murder spree that left five people dead in two states. The suspect appearing in court today prosecutor saying he was in the country illegally and should have been deported that authorities knew he was here. ABC's Al expressed tonight on the warning signs missed. Tonight Pablo Serrano Victorino behind bars. Investigators revealing the Mexican nationals suspected in the murder spree that left five dead wasn't even supposed to be in the country authorities believe the suspect in undocumented immigrants and gunned down his neighbor in three other men Monday night in Kansas City, Kansas. The suspect then fleeing and driving more than a 170 miles to Montgomery County Missouri. By Tuesday his Dodge Ram pickup found abandoned. Twenty minutes later another man shot dead at his home at five miles away choppers canine units is scouring the area until the suspect. Is finally cornered in a muddy ditch. Don't have certain countries. Serrano Victorino was deported to his native Mexico a 2004 but reenter the country undetected. After a traffic violation and an arrest for domestic assault last year ice is sought to have been detained. But local officials had already released him something needs to be corrected so that the system works properly. The suspect has been arraigned on murder charges here Missouri and still faces charges in Kansas at the big question a possible motive remains a mystery tonight.
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