The second migrant arraigned on sex crime charges in cases that forced an upstate New York Democrat to change course and stop the bussing of asylum seekers from New York City was pictured for the first time in a newly released mugshot.

The Erie County District Attorney’s Office on Monday released the booking photo for Kindu Z. Jeancy, a 22-year-old asylum seeker from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Jeancy is said to have come to Erie County under New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ controversial “decompression” plan.

Jeancy was arraigned on Saturday evening before Cheektowaga Town Court Justice John J. Wanat on one count of sexual abuse in the first-degree – a Class “D” felony – and one count of unlawful imprisonment in the second degree – a Class “A” misdemeanor – Erie County District Attorney John Flynn announced.