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3 men arrested for illegally entering U.S.

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Tucson Sector Border patrol agents arrested three men, previously removed from the United States over the weekend.

On Thursday, 52-year-old Ernesto Ventura-Gil was arrested, after Ajo Station agents performed a records check. Ventura was previously removed from the U.S. and convicted on felony charges of child cruelty.

42-year-old Rutilo Morales-Gomez illegally entered the country east of Douglas. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.

Finally, Brian A. Terry Station agents arrested 57-year-old Jose Antonio. He was convicted in Virginia for felony assault, and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

All three men are currently in custody and have been presented on federal felony criminal immigration violations.

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