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Suspect in murder of Florida couple identified as Haitian illegal immigrant – Washington Examiner

The suspect in the brutal murder of a Florida couple has been identified as an illegal immigrant from Haiti whom state prosecutors had released from custody following previous arrests, according to the governor’s office.
Jean Macean was taken into custody March 10 and charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the stabbing deaths of Terry and Brenda Aultman. The couple was biking home late March 6 from a Daytona Beach Bike Week event when they were attacked by the suspect, according to a local report.
Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young said the murders were “one of the most vicious attacks I’ve ever seen in my 20 years” and that the suspect confessed to the crimes during an interrogation.
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis claimed the murders would not have happened but for immigration policies enacted by the Biden administration.
“Floridians should not be subject to the reckless open border policies that the Biden administration is imposing on this country,” DeSantis said in a statement issued Wednesday afternoon. “These policies are deadly — we also need answers as to why the State Attorney’s Office dropped charges against the defendant.”
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State Attorney R.J. Larizza said Macean took a bus from his home an hour away in Orlando to Daytona Beach for the event. Authorities have described the attack as random and did not disclose what triggered the attack.
Macean was arrested on drug-related charges in Orange County in 2019. Then-State Attorney Aramis Ayala dropped the charges in February 2020.
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The Biden administration imposed a policy in 2021 that allows Haitians illegally residing in the United States not to be deported, although it is unknown whether Macean was approved for temporary protected status.

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