ICE detainee who escaped from Eloy Detention Center recaptured
PHOENIX – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainee, Carlos Humberto Guardado-Orellana, 19, a Honduran national, escaped from the Eloy Detention Center (EDC) in Eloy, Sept. 14.
On Aug. 25, Scottdale Police Department (SPD) officers arrested Guardado-Orellana, and charged him with kidnapping/apprehension of injury, kidnapping for ransom/hostage, domestic violence/endangerment, and custody interference of a child or incompetent person. On that same date, ICE officers interviewed Guardado-Orellana at the Maricopa County Jail (MCJ) in Phoenix, and lodged an Immigration Detainer-Notice of Action, Form I-247, with the MCJ.
On Sept. 6, Guardado-Orellana was released to ICE custody and transported to the Florence Detention Center in Florence. On Sept. 7, ICE transferred Guardado-Orellana to the EDC. On Sept. 14, at approximately 11:14 p.m., CoreCivic personnel at the EDC notified ICE that Guardado-Orellana had escaped from custody. Search and apprehension efforts were initiated immediately. On Sept. 15, at approximately 7:26 a.m., the Eloy Police Department notified ICE’s Enforcement Removal and Operations (ERO) Phoenix that they had apprehended Guardado-Orellana.