Another illegal alien has taken the life of an innocent man. 26-year-old Neri Damian Cruz-Carmona, who broke the law when entered the United States hit 26-year-old Jamar Beach on his motorcycle, decapitating him, and then driving away with Beach’s head on the hood of his vehicle. Beach’s two-year-old girl will grow up without her father, because someone who should never have been driving on the streets of America, took her daddy’s life in a gruesome accident.
According to ABC 11 – The family of a Raleigh man killed in a crash in September said he wouldn’t be dead if the man who hit him had not illegally entered the country.
The man who hit Jamar Beach, 26, pleaded guilty Friday to hit-and-run causing death–it was the only criminal charge prosecutors said they could defend in court.
“I’ve been disturbed. I’m still disturbed talking about it,” the neighbor said. “I’m traumatized. It was horrific.”
The judge in the case handed down the maximum sentence of 20-33 months in prison, but Beach’s family said it’s just not enough.
“He had no business here in the first place and he should not have been operating a vehicle,” Beach’s mother Cameo Robinson said. “He didn’t have a license. So, therefore, he’s being treated better than the citizen who’s been killed.”
Investigators said they could not gather enough information to charge Neri Damian Cruz-Carmano–who entered the country illegally from Mexico–with driving while impaired or causing the accident, even though they believe he did both.
“He gets to go home with his two children. He goes home to his wife. My grandson, he doesn’t have a father,” Robinson said.
Beach’s son is just 2 years old. Beach’s family held up pictures during the hearing and cringed when the defense attorney pleaded for leniency.
With credit for time served, Cruz-Carmano will be eligible for release in 14 months.
“I’m going to encourage deportation, because he has no business here,” Robinson said. “Now that he’s committed this horrendous crime, he definitely doesn’t deserve to be in America. Because if he wanted to be in America he would have come legally.”