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The 21-year-old student at Kennesaw State University in Georgia surrendered Friday morning to authorities in response to a warrant for her arrest issued Wednesday night by the Cobb County Sheriff's Office.
Just a week earlier, she'd been released from a deportation facility in Alabama after being stopped in March for a minor traffic violation
The sheriff's office said she gave a false address when stopped for that violation, a felony charge that her attorney denies
Born in Mexico but living in the United States since she was 11, she could not produce a driver's license, so she handed over as identification an expired passport from Mexico.
she has taken advantage of the system to get into college, most likely as a minority she quickly sailed in and used every available financial assistance there is