Genaro Cisneros-Delgado, 26, led Arizona authorities on a 23-minute high-speed chase on Friday.
Cisneros-Delgado was driving a Dodge Caravan, which he weaved in and out of traffic. At times, he reached speeds over 100 mph, according to AZ Central.
Cisneros-Delgado was finally apprehended but not before causing $20,000 in damage after smashing into a barricade arm at the Sun Lakes community.
After a foot pursuit, Cisneros-Delgado was arrested, along with three of his passengers. He was identified by his Mexico driver's license.
All four suspects admitted that they were in the United States illegally. Authorities turned the men over to the U.S. Border Patrol for processing.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said: "Genaro Cisneros-Delgado told deputies that he has been deported over 20 times after entering the United States illegally and being caught. He told a deputy this was the second time he has smuggled illegals and was doing so to earn money,” as reported by AZ Central.
In an interview with Fox & Friends Weekend, Babeu said: "Every year for the past three years, we've had 88,000 to 123,000 illegals that have been apprehended just here. So anybody who thinks the border's secure is listening to lies from Washington.”
Babeu blames the Obama Administration, stating “there's no consequences," when illegal immigrants commit crimes.
Cisneros-Delgado is currently being held on a $50,000 bond at the Pinal County Jail.
In 2014, a Utah man, who had been deported twice, allegedly shot and killed two northern California deputies.
Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, 34, was in the country illegally when he and his wife went on a shooting spree.
Monroy-Bracamonte was first deported to Mexico in 1997 after a narcotics conviction. He was deported again in 2001 after he illegally snuck back into the United States, according to the Daily Mail.
Monroy’s trial is expected to begin this year. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.