Drunk Criminal Speeding Illegal Mexican Alejandro Calixto-Mandujano Rolls Truck Flees on Foot in Mexican Occupied Hillsboro Oregon
UII Driver Rolls Truck, Injures Passenger
Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office – 05/08/09
Note picture is of another drunk mexican arrested in Oregon. In Washington County ,where all mexicans are listed as white males to hide the invasion , no mug shots are offered by the County. by the way Obama needs to hear from you. He is sucking the dick of La Raza and promising amnesty because amnesty is just another sound bite to him.
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this is what happens when Police and Ice dont check for immigration status! all they do with thousands of drunk Mexicans is cite and release. that’s right . all they care about is getting some cash from the drunk Mexicans. they never deport or check immigration status. this Mexican had already lost his license due to drunk driving and when he gets out of jail he will keep driving drunk.Summary of Event:
The driver of a Nissian Pickup rolled his truck after he failed to negotiate a curve. The passenger was injured and the driver fled in foot. The driver was later found by a K9 team.Details of Event:
On Thursday, May 07, 2009, at about 8:00 p.m., Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a crash in the 8000 block of NW Roy Road in the unincorporated Community of Roy. Deputies found an overturned red 1997 Nissan pickup truck near a creek. There had been two occupants in the truck, the passenger was still at the scene and the driver had fled on foot.A Sheriff’s Office K9 team was called to search for the driver, 30-year-old Alejandro Calixto-Mandujano from Hillsboro.
He was later found by the K9 hiding nearby. Mr. Calixto-Mandujano was taken to Emanuel Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The passenger in the truck, 26-year-old Luis Morea-Vasquez from Hillsboro, was also taken to Emanuel Hospital with not-life-threatening injuries.The Washington County Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) responded to investigate the crash. Investigators determined that Mr. Calixto-Mandujano was driving in excess of 70MPH and was unable to negotiate the curve. Deputies also suspect that he had been drinking. He will be charged with DUII, Assault IV, Driving While Suspended, Hit and Run Felony, and Reckless Driving.