8 people in Ohio were indicted for reentering the US after having been previously deported

Eight people from Mexico who were found during an immigration raid at a Sandusky gardening and landscaping company were indicted after they reentered the U.S, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

In total, 114 arrests were made during the raid at Corso’s Flower & Garden Center on June 5.

The eight people indicted are:

  • Maurilio Perez—47
  • Omar Rovelro Morales— 37
  • Cutberto Gallardo-Trujillo—49
  • Epigmenio Sifuentes-Cabrera— 35
  • Josefino Alvaro Leon-Herrera, 52
  • Bersain Alvarez-Lopez—30
  • Dalila Molina-Vazquez—29
  • Isias Roblero-Perez—39

Gallardo-Trujillo is previously convicted of delivery of cocaine and Leon-Herrera was previously convicted of trafficking marijuana.

No criminal charges have been filed against Corso’s, but the employer is under investigation, authorities said.

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