(011816) Interpol wanted poster photo of Ramon Aquasviva- Mejia. Courtesy of Interpol Police

(011816) Interpol wanted poster photo of Ramon Aquasviva- Mejia. Courtesy of Interpol Police

At least 14 aliases — that’s how many names the Illegal Alien of the Week goes by.

At various times, the accused Dominican drug dealer arrested Monday in Dracut has also given seven different dates of birth.

As of yesterday afternoon, no EBT cards had been discovered, but the over-under on him is three — the same as his number of fake Social Security numbers.

The name on his ICE detainer is Ramon Aguasviva-Mejia, and he’s being held on $1 million cash bail.

Eventually he’ll be handed over to the feds, and they’ll deport him — for at least the second time. He’s wanted in the Dominican Republic for murdering a cop in 2013, and wounding two others.

He allegedly shot the cops in the back as they tried to arrest his brother. The dead cop’s father was reportedly the top guy in the Dominican’s version of the DEA, and was himself murdered two weeks ago by drug dealers.

So the Dominican cops want him back bad.

Too bad we didn’t want him nearly as badly.

The Boston cops had him on multiple warrants for cocaine distribution, although the DA’s office was having problems finding them yesterday. That’s how long this 60-year-old illegal has been running amok.

In Quincy there was a warrant out for assault. In Lowell Monday he attempted to escape from the cops, and when he was finally arrested at gunpoint on Route 110, the police say they found crack cocaine.

Ramon is also charged with driving without a license. Try not to let this destroy your faith in the Immigration Reform Act of 1965.

This is not the usual m.o., an illegal fleeing to the U.S. after murdering somebody in the islands.

Usually, it goes the other way — gun down a Marine veteran from Revere in the Theater District in cold blood and then vamoose.

According to Capt. Timothy Crowley of the Lowell Police Department, these are some of the aliases that the Dominican illegal gave at various times to the local constabularies:

Jose Ruiz, Jose Antonio Ruiz, Bertinio Baez, Cruz Baez, Luis Perez, Jose Roman-Ortiz, Juan Soto, Jun Tuts, Casildo Ayala, Bertinio Cruz Baez, Juan Quintana, Jose Antonio Soto and Juan Q. Soto.

Hillary Clinton has promised never to call an illegal an illegal again. I guess because technically, it is not illegal to be illegal in Massachusetts.

Right, Marsha Coakley?

So how do you describe these invaders? Some moonbats say “undocumented worker,” even though few of these Third World criminals actually work.

This bum is 60, but I’m sure Obama thinks of him as a “Dreamer.”

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has taken to calling these thugs “aspiring Americans.”

What they aspire to is to be put on a plane back to Santo Domingo, after which they quickly sneak back into the country, get themselves on welfare again and return to coke dealing … or, increasingly, heroin, like last week’s Poster Boy for the Fundamental Transformation of America, the “Tewksbury Man.”

More acts of love, more votes for Donald Trump. And Juan Ellis Bush wonders why he’s in fifth place in New Hampshire.


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