Lawmakers protest possible deportation of Langley Park mother

A protest is planned Monday to fight the possible deportation of a 26-year-old Langley Park mother who was arrested for selling phone cards without a license from her home.

“She’s not a threat,” said Del. Victor Ramirez (D-Dist. 47) of Cheverly. “Should you really be deporting a non-violent mother of three? There are much bigger problems we could be using our resources for.”

Four county police officers arrested Florinda Faviola Lorenzo-Desimilian at her apartment in the Gables Residential complex Tuesday night for allegedly selling pre-paid phone cards out of her home. She was charged with doing business without a trader’s license, which is a misdemeanor, according to court records.

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