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Illegal Immigrant Arrested for the Murder of a Florida Couple

A new day, and another undocumented alien breaking US laws. However, this time it's a double murder, and the horrifying nature of the crime is extremely troubling for residents of Daytona Beach, Florida. Thirty-two-year-old Jean Robert Macean was arrested and accused of murdering two people.

According to police, 55-year-old Brenda Aultman and 48-year-old Terry Aultman were on their bikes, returning home from a full day in the Bike Week celebration, when they unintentionally met up with Macean. Their bodies, with cuts and stabs, were discovered in a grassy area next to a sidewalk. Their bicycles were found at the scene.

Police took Macean into custody last week. He is charged with two counts of murder in the first degree in connection with the murders. Macean was arrested in Orlando and then transported to Volusia County, Florida, to face the charges. At the time of his arrest, he was also found to be an illegal alien and not eligible to post bond. Without any details about the date or manner in which Macean entered the country, it's tough to know if this is part of a pattern, with other offenses committed.

After finding the bodies, a concerned citizen called 911. Two bystanders waited for paramedics' arrival at the scene; the paramedics declared the two victims dead, despite their swift response. The two parties who discovered the bodies stated they found the man lying on his back and the woman lying on the side of the road in the grassy area.

According to the police report, the surveillance camera caught the two victims walking around the bicycles as well as Macean appearing in the frame a few minutes later, sporting a weapon in his pants’ pocket. The video footage, as well as other cameras around the area, helped them find the culprit quickly; a waitress in Orlando recognized him, and authorities subsequently took him into custody. The quick time frame of the arrest was in doubt because of the waitress’s keen attention to detail.

Daytona Beach’s police chief, Jakari Young, released an official statement on Twitter regarding the outcome of Macean’s capture. “Last evening, during a meeting with investigators, Jean Macean confessed to the murders of Terry and Brenda Aultman. Once again, I would like to express my gratitude to my incredible team of investigators from @DaytonaBchPD, and all our Law Enforcement partners that supported us in our investigation.”

These kinds of outcomes result from people who are quick to think and keep an eye on the news and aren't afraid to ask for help. If residents are familiar with the saying “see something, tell something,” our communities become more secure. Residents are less fearful while walking down streets, and the bad guys end up in jail more quickly. This sort of America is the kind of America we were returning to before the last election. 

But since Joe Biden became president, individuals such as Macean have been swarming over the US border. Some sneaked in, while others were allowed to enter by border police because Biden tied their hands as well as those of the justice system. These types of crimes will only increase as Biden permits more and more people into the country with no security system properly in place.

Although Biden’s leftist friends would like to make a fuss about their views about human rights, social justice and the like, there's something to be said regarding human rights for American citizens and granting illegals the proper justice they deserve of being returned to their native countries. While the process of legal immigration can be lengthy, there's an acceptable way and wrong way to enter a country. We can't allow the left to pick which laws they wish to follow and which they do not. It's the time for a major change. As the murders in this case show, we're already making these changes too late.

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