Man deported back to Mexico to face trial for murder

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DEMING, N.M. (KRQE) – A Mexican national wanted for murder in his home country has been deported from New Mexico, and it’s far from his first run-in with immigration officials.

Deming Border Patrol agents arrested Gonzalo Limon back in December after they say he illegally crossed the border near Columbus, New Mexico.

It was his 11th immigration arrest in the United States.

Wednesday, he was sent back to Mexico, where he will face trial for a homicide.

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