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Tsutomu Shirosaki, 67, was convicted in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in February 1998 of assault with intent to murder, attempted destruction of buildings, attempted murder of internationally protected persons and violent attack on official premises of internationally protected persons.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), working jointly with the Caribbean Corridor Strike Force (CCSF), seized 989 kilograms of cocaine and arrested 13 individuals for drug trafficking following an at-sea interdiction Feb. 3 approximately eight nautical miles off the coast of Manati. The cocaine has an estimated street value of $29 million.
Nineteen alleged members of a major international drug trafficking and money laundering organization responsible for the importation of multi-kilogram quantities of cocaine into the United States and the laundering of millions of dollars were arrested Thursday in Colombia, Puerto Rico and Florida. Dubbed “Bullfighter,” the joint investigation was led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) released the names and photographs of 10 fugitives wanted for human trafficking crimes, in the hope that tips from the public could lead to the identification and arrest of these individuals.
Miguel Alexander Guevara-Quintanea, 22, was repatriated on board a charter flight coordinated by ERO’s Air Operations Unit.
ICE and the National Police of the Dominican Republic signed a memorandum of cooperation in Washington, D.C., Jan. 14 to enhance their ability to share records containing the immigration and criminal histories of Dominican nationals being repatriated from the United States.
Special agents with the HSI Miami dive team provided the training, the first of its kind in Colombia. The training focused on techniques to help law enforcement identify contraband concealed in the hulls of cargo ships and in parasitic devices. The students were also taught evidence and cadaver recovery.
For Andersen, what began as his personal time to increase his flexibility on his left knee, ended up changing lives. Nine days after the event, Andersen met with the patient, Jon Kramer of Medfield, Massachusetts, at a nearby coffee shop and talked for a couple of hours.