Mothers Accosted By Crazed Man Wielding Machete Demanding Children At Louisiana WalMart

Billy Yoe Budier-Herrera has been named as the man apprehended by Kenner police after entering a Louisiana Walmart while wielding a machete and attempting to kidnap several children.

While inside the store, Budier-Herrera, 33, attempted to snatch two different children away from their shopping mothers. One child was reportedly saved from a his crazed clutches after he failed to release the infant from a shopping cart seat strap.

Budier-Herrera faces two counts of kidnapping charges, two counts of aggravated assault, two illegal counts of illegal carrying of weapons and disturbing the peace. He was also placed on an immigration detainer.

Here’s how the harrowing incident played out:

Around 2 p.m., Billy Yoe Budier-Herrera walked up to the first woman and her son, who was sitting in the grocery cart, and told her she was going to die if she didn’t do as he asked, according to a report from the Kenner Police Dept. The woman tried to walk away, but Budier-Herrera blocked their path, gripping the handle of his machete. Budier-Herrera allegedly told the woman that, if she didn’t listen, the 2-year-old would also die. When she asked store employees for help, police say Budier-Herrera grabbed her son and tried to pull him out of the cart. Continue reading

POLICE: Man Who Killed Colts Linebacker Twice Deported Illegal Alien

Manuel Orrego-Savala, the suspect in a crash that killed two people, including an NFL player, early Sunday morning is in the United States illegally, police say.

Orrego-Savala, 37, is said to have caused the fatal crash that happened around 4 a.m. Sunday, along I-70 near Holt Road in Indianapolis.

According to a release from Indiana State Police, Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson was the passenger in an Uber vehicle when he got sick. The driver, 54-year-old Jeffrey Monroe, pulled over on I-70 to help him.

Both men were outside the car when a black Ford F-150 drove into the shoulder and struck the car. Jackson and Monroe were pronounced dead at the scene.

The suspected driver of the F-150, Orrego-Savala, first fled the scene on foot but was caught. Police reported they believe he was intoxicated and driving without a license.

On Monday, ISP detectives learned that Orrego-Savala first gave police a false name. Orrego-Savala is a citizen of Guatemala by birth, not Mexico as Marion County Jail records show. Orrego-Savala is in the United States illegally, and has been previously deported in 2007 and 2009, police say. Continue reading

ICE Arrests ILLEGAL ALIEN Juan Arteaga-Orozco Davenport Over FL Woman Attempted Murder

VIA: Polk County Sheriff deputies arrested 36-year-old Juan Arteaga-Orozco of Haines City for one count attempted second-degree murder and two counts burglary with assault/battery. Orozco is an immigrant from Mexico, and is in the United States illegally.

Early Sunday morning, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office reported that deputies responded to a occupied burglary in Davenport.

Upon arrival, deputies stated that they learned that the suspect, Juan Arteaga-Orozco, had been located down the road and was in custody. Deputies went on to speak to the victims.

Victim one told deputies that upon waking up, she noticed someone in bed with her, who was later determined as Orozco. The victim, yelling for help, attempted to get away from him, but Orozco placed both of his hands around her neck and squeezed. He told her “shut up, shut up, or I’m going to kill you.”

Victim one went on to explain to deputies that there was no sexual contact between her and Orozco.

Deputies reported that victim two arrived at home to screams. She only caught Orozco leaving victim one’s room though. She tried to grab the suspect, but failed.

“This is an example of an immigrant in our country illegally committing serious and violent crimes. He also has a criminal history, and should have been deported after committing his earlier crimes.” – Grady Judd, Sheriff.

Orozco has an extensive criminal history, including 5 felony and 2 misdemeanor charges.

Orozco was taken into custody on the aforementioned charges, and booked into the Polk County Jail, where he is being held on no bond, and will be placed on ICE hold.


And elderly Burbank woman was the apparent victim of a home invasion robbery that has left the close knit community reeling in fear.

Burbank PD responded to a home in the normally sedate incorporated city after the victim activated her Life Alert device, according to a spokesman for the Burbank Police Department.


The woman answered a knock at the door and a man forced his way inside, police Lt. Adam Cornils told reporters at the scene.  Continue reading