After the Santa Clara County District Attorney's office decided not to pursue the remaining three molestation counts — and after ironing out some issues with the Immigration and Naturalization Service — the former coach of a Mountain View soccer league for at risk youth went home. Carbajal had been applying for citizenship when he was arrested back in 2009.
According to Ellen Wheeler, a Carbajal supporter and member of the Mountain View Whisman School District's board of trustees, the INS is scheduled to meet with Carbajal in April to review his application.
The INS had kept him in jail for a number of days after the district attorney announced that he would not seek a retrial on the deadlocked charges. The immigration service released its "hold" on Carbajal on Feb. 24.
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