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    ICE ERO Newark arrests 36 individuals in Middlesex County, NJ enforcement surge

    I.C.E. News Releases

    ENFORCEMENT AND REMOVAL

    10/20/2017



    ICE ERO Newark arrests 36 individuals in Middlesex County, NJ enforcement surge




    NEWARK, N.J. — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Newark Field Office arrested 36 individuals during a five-day operation that concluded Friday, as part of the agency’s ongoing public safety efforts. The operation targeted criminal aliens who were previously incarcerated at the Middlesex County Jail (MCJ), and who were subsequently released to the community by MCJ, without honoring the ICE detainer or advising ICE of their release. The operation also targeted other criminal aliens residing in Middlesex County.

    “The continued results of our Fugitive Operations officers underscore ICE’s ongoing and steady commitment to public safety,” said John Tsoukaris, field office director of ERO Newark. “Counties like Middlesex, that have policies specifically tailored to protect criminal aliens and in essence assist criminals in undermining federal law, not only create a dangerous environment in the community but also place an undue burden on local law enforcement. ICE will continue to execute its mission in such communities.”


    Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan recently affirmed the agency’s commitment to dedicating additional resources to jurisdictions where detainers are not honored.


    The individuals arrested as part of the operation were nationals of Anguilla, Belize, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Kenya, Mexico, Paraguay, Philippines, Trinidad and Turkey.


    These individuals range from 19 to 62 years old and all were previously arrested or convicted of a variety of offenses. Some of the arrests and convictions included sexual assault of a minor, child abuse, criminal restraint of a minor, domestic violence, possession of narcotics, distribution of narcotics, robbery, receiving stolen property, theft, aggravated assault, hindering apprehension, resisting officer, DUI, unsworn falsification, possession of a weapon, burglary, prostitution and illegal reentry into the U.S.


    Among those arrested during this operation include:


    • A Philippines citizen arrested for sexual assault of a minor.
    • A Turkish citizen arrested for burglary, possession of narcotics & resisting arrest.
    • A Mexican citizen arrested for DUI & contempt that had a prior conviction for DUI.
    • An El Salvadorian citizen arrested for distribution of narcotics & resisting arrest.
    • An Indian citizen arrested for DUI that had a prior conviction for DUI.
    • A Trinidadian citizen arrested for hindering apprehension & unsworn falsification.
    • A Dominican citizen arrested for possession of handguns & receiving stolen property.
    • A Dominican citizen arrested for burglary that had prior convictions for possession of narcotics & theft.
    • A Ghanaian citizen arrested for contempt of court.
    • A Paraguayan citizen convicted of child abuse.
    • A Mexican citizen convicted of criminal restraint of a minor.
    • A Mexican citizen convicted of endangering-abuse/neglect of a child.
    • A Kenyan citizen convicted of possession of heroin.
    • A Mexican citizen convicted of aggravated assault.
    • An Anguillan citizen convicted of distribution & possession of heroin.


    Those arrested will remain in ICE custody pending removal or immigration proceedings.


    ICE is focused on removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws, including those who illegally re-entered the country after being removed, and immigration fugitives ordered removed by federal immigration judges.


    Since January, ICE arrests comprise over 70 percent convicted criminals. Of the remaining individuals not convicted of a crime, approximately 70 percent have either been charged with a crime, are immigration fugitives, or have been removed from the United States and illegally re-entered, reflecting the agency’s continued prioritization of its limited enforcement resources on aliens who pose threats to national security, public safety and borders.

    https://www.ice.gov/news/releases/ic...orcement-surge ecurity.



    Last Reviewed/Updated: 10/23/2017
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    Sex, drugs, child abuse, rape, DUI...

    Runs in the WHOLE family...get them off our soil...every last one of them and take your children with you!
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    Just think for a minute what an illegal alien represents and is thus what they are. They are traitors abandoning their own nation, family and friends to violate our national sovereignty in violation of US law to steal jobs, money, lives and run drugs and other illegal and criminal enterprises. There is no goal, intent or objective of an illegal alien except to be an outlaw in our country. That's who they are, that's what they are, that's what they do, that's what they plan and scheme to do, and that is all that they do in our country ... break the laws in ways that harm, threaten, damage and kill Americans. That is why our laws require their deportation and removal from our country. That is why our laws are supposed to prevent their entry. There are no "good" ones. They are all bad both by definition and action.
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    Judy...they are NOT their great grandfathers who came to work...appreciate the work, our Country, and the money and then went home.

    They are violent, overbreeding, angry, empowered, ungrateful people by THE MILLIONS that need to be booted off our soil.

    They do not come here for "a better life"...they do not know what that is...as they show us each and every day raping our people, murdering our people, trashing our border, DUI's, mouthing off in OUR streets, their family gang members, bringing their diseases and drugs and their entitlement mentality.

    THEY NEED A RUDE AWAKENING...NO MORE GRAVY TRAIN...YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR DECISIONS IN LIFE

    YOU EARN A BETTER LIFE...YOU FIGHT FOR IT IN ON YOUR SOIL

    YOU DO NOT TAKE IT FROM THOSE WHO WORKED HARD...FOUGHT HARD...AND LOST THEIR LIVES FOR IT

    BOOT THEM ALL OUT...TOUGH LOVE...GO EARN IT ON YOUR SOIL!
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