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    Wisconsin: Deportation to Mexico for Cop Car Chase Man
    Immigration; Posted on: 2008-01-18 13:13:16 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Man shot by police to be deported to Mexico

    No Asylum for Gangbanger

    A Mexican national who was shot four times by police during a bizarre episode on Williamson Street in Madison in 2004 will be deported within the next few days after being released from the Mendota Mental Health Institute and will continue his treatment for schizophrenia in Mexico.

    Carlos Toledo-Rubio, who was using the name David Lopez Jr. at the time, was found not guilty by reason of mental disease after the Williamson Street incident, which began when he assaulted his ex-girlfriend. When police were sent to the scene, Toledo-Rubio fought with officers, stole a squad car and led police on a chase through the neighborhood.

    Toledo-Rubio was shot with Tasers several times and, after crashing the stolen squad car, was shot with a police gun and wounded four times. He was committed to Mendota after being ruled insane.

    In October, Dane County Circuit Judge Diane Nicks ruled that Toledo-Rubio could be released from Mendota and ordered a release plan be established. That was complicated by Toledo-Rubio's immigration status and the government's plan to deport him, but those issues were resolved.

    The state Department of Health and Family Services established a plan which will allow for Toledo-Rubio to continue treatment in Mexico, where he will live with his family.


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