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'ICE's increased level of communication with law enforcement and prosecutors'
OMAHA, Neb. —Eswin Mejia, 19, is still on the run, accused in the deadly crash that killed Sarah Root.
Meanwhile, prosecutors say Mejia’s case is leading to some necessary changes locally. The biggest difference, according to Omaha’s City Prosecutor, has been cooperation from immigration enforcement to make sure suspects are not deported before they answer to their charges.
One prime example is Juan Felipe-Fernando, 25, a Guatemalan charged with two counts of child enticement.
Heather Brandon of Omaha says she wants accountability from the man charged with the crimes against her teenage daughter.
It's been nine months since Juan Felipe-Fernando was arrested for allegedly trying to get the 14-year-old into his car on two separate occasions.
"My daughter's life has been seriously affected by it and for him, apparently it's just a walk in the park," Brandon said.
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