Another Heartwarming Immigrant Story

The border patrol showed compassion. WKYC:

PAINESVILLE, Ohio — Alleged shooter Juan Emmanuel Razo was arraigned this afternoon in Painesville Municipal Court.

Judge Michael Cicconetti set his bond at $10 million and set Monday for a preliminary hearing.

Razo was charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a woman who was walking on the Greenway Corridor bike path with two children. She was shot in the left arm and was treated at TriPoint Medical Center.

Prosecutors and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said at the arraignment that they are expecting to further charge Razo with the attempted rape in Concord of a 14-year-old girl, the murder of Margaret “Peggy” Kostelnik in her home on Ravenna Road and with shooting at law enforcement officers when they tried to apprehend him Monday afternoon.

Prosecutors and the sheriff’s deputies stated in court that Razo “gave a full confession to deputies.”

Razo was represented by a public defender who entered a “not guilty” plea on his behalf.

The sheriff’s department also recounted that on July 7, Razo was detained regarding a “suspicious vehicle” incident and that the U.S. Border Patrol agents told sheriff’s deputies that he was here illegally from Mexico but border patrol agents refused to arrest him.