A Mexican national living in the Sacramento area was deported today (Tuesday) by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and is facing charges of killing eight government officials in Mexico 14 years ago.
Fifty-Four-year-old Genaro Olaguez-Rendon was turned over to Mexican authorities at the San Ysidro border crossing by ICE agents. According to an arrest warrant, Olaguez is one of eight defendants charged with murder, aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy in connection with the May 2, 2000 massacre in the Mexican state of Sinaloa.
The Mexican Attorney General's Office received a tip that Olaguez may be living with relatives in the Sacramento area. He was captured December 3rd.