Illegal Alien Charged With Killing Mother And Daughter 

Daily Report February 09,2024

Tragedy strikes a sanctuary city where an illegal alien is accused of killing a mother and her daughter.

Brayan Alejandro Gonzalez-Paez, 22, an illegal alien from Venezuela, has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide, accidents involving death while driving without a license. The 22-year-old is accused of killing Angelica Guadalupe Amaya Briceno, 20, and her three-year-old daughter on Tuesday.

Reports from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office show that Briceno and her daughter were in the vehicle with Gonzalez-Paez, who was driving without a license at the time.

Gonzalez-Paez was driving 70 to 80 miles per hour (mph), where the speed limit was 35 mph. Police noted that it was raining heavily when the accident occurred, and the toddler was not in a child’s car seat.

According to the report, when the police arrived at the scene of the accident, they found Gonzalez-Paez outside the car, together with the unresponsive 3-year-old child. CPR was carried out, and the child was transported to the hospital, where she later passed away.

Briceno, on the other hand, was found trapped and unresponsive in the front passenger seat. The medical team’s efforts to rescue her were all in vain, as she died at the scene.

A crash investigation by Montgomery County Detectives and Upper Merion Township Police found that Gonzalez-Paez lost control of his vehicle and failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway. He later struck a tree and killed the victims.

A post-crash inspection of the vehicle found that there were no mechanical issues that could have caused the crash. It was also discovered that the airbags had been activated due to a collision, and the seatbelts in the front two seats, as well as the rear seat, were all fastened. However, there was no child car seat found in the vehicle.

The investigation also found that the vehicle was not registered to Gonzalez-Paez, as he did not have a valid driver’s license.

The suspect is being held in custody at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Feb. 14. 2024.

According to multiple sources, the suspect had crossed the southern border in May 2023. He was given parole and released into the U.S. interior as a result of President Joe Biden’s failed border policy.

Last year, Biden’s parole pipeline freed more than 745,000 border crossers and illegal aliens into American communities.

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