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    Immigration officials arrest 15 criminals in Rockford area

    • Immigration officials arrest 15 criminals in Rockford area




    • By Georgette Braun
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      Posted Mar. 16, 2016 at 1:43 PM
      Updated at 2:03 PM


      ROCKFORD — Fifteen convicted criminals living illegally in the U.S. were arrested this week in the Rockford area during a two-day operation.

      The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation ended Monday, according to a news release. All of those arrested have been convicted of crimes in the U.S. such as sexual abuse of a minor, illegally selling firearms, drunken driving, battery and drug possession.

      One of those charged, one was from Uruguay; the others are from Mexico. Thirteen arrests were made in Rockford, and one each in Loves Park and Belvidere.

      The agency provided summaries of three of the people arrested but did not provide names:
      — One is 24 years old with prior convictions for felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and illegally selling firearms. He was arrested Monday in Rockford and is in federal custody pending a hearing before a federal immigration judge.
      — Another is 22 years old with prior felony convictions for aggravated battery causing great bodily harm and drunken driving. He was arrested Sunday in Rockford and is in custody and awaiting a hearing.
      — A third is 32 years old with prior felony convictions for aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a minor and mob action. He was arrested Monday in Rockford and is in custody.

      Winnebago County Sheriff's Department police assisted in the operation.

      In 2015, the immigration department removed 235,413 individuals nationwide; 91 percent removed from the interior of the U.S. had been previously convicted of a criminal offense.

      http://www.rrstar.com/article/20160316/NEWS/160319516
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    ICE Apprehends 15 Criminal Illegal Immigrants in Northern Illinois



    by CAROLINE MAY
    17 Mar 2016

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials detained 15 criminal aliens this week in Northern Illinois.

    Over a two-day enforcement sweep, ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 14 illegal immigrants from Mexico and one illegal immigrant from Uruguay.

    All 15 illegal immigrants have been convicted of crimes the Obama administration has deemed wrongful enough to warrant deportation, per Department of Homeland Security Sec. Jeh Johnson’s 2014 memorandum — issued in conjunction with Obama’s executive amnesty programs.

    According to ICE, the 15 illegal immigrants have been convicted of: “aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a minor, aggravated unlawful use of a firearm, aggravated drunk driving, aggravated battery/great bodily harm, lewd and lascivious behavior in public, and drug possession.”

    Under the administration’s priorities for enforcement — laid out in the 2014 memorandum — “Priority 1” illegal immigrants are those who are a national security threat, gang member, and/or those convicted of felonies. “Priority 2” include illegal immigrants convicted of three or more misdemeanors or of “significant” misdemeanors, including drunk-driving. “Priority 3” illegal immigrants are those who have been issued a final order of removal after January 2014.

    The crimes committed by the 15 apprehended illegal immigrants this week met the top two Obama administration priorities.

    Included in those arrests, ICE said, were:

    A 24-year-old Mexican national with prior convictions for felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and illegally selling firearms. He was arrested March 14 in Rockford and remains in ICE custody pending a hearing before a federal immigration judge.

    A 22-year-old Mexican national with prior felony convictions for aggravated battery/great bodily harm and drunken driving. He was arrested March 13 in Rockford and remains in ICE custody pending a hearing before a federal immigration judge.

    A 32-year-old Mexican national with prior felony convictions for aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a minor and mob action/force. He was arrested March 14 in Rockford and remains in ICE custody pending removal.

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