According to the court documents, officials with the Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) filed for a request on Wednesday April 24 for a search warrant of Aztec Framing at 1641 Old Lafayette Road in Rossville. Juan Antonio Perez CEO/Owner and wife Eva Torres are citizens of Mexico, and have been in The United States illegally for several years. They have grown Aztec Framing into a successful business with three current locations including Rossville, Cartersville, and Hixson, TN. Reports say Perez and his subcontractors employed illegal aliens so no payroll taxes are withheld and receive no insurance or other kind of benefits. Reports say Perez has a "fun house" in Kingston Georgia at 375 Boulder Road where he stores vehicles and…
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