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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.
Agustin Gomez Fernandez, 55, and Francisco Javier Figueroa Martinez, 27, were handed over to Mexican law enforcement officials at El Paso’s Stanton Bridge Port of Entry.
When it comes to living up to the agency’s five core values: justice, duty, courage, honesty and loyalty, our U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers and employees give their all every day. To those five values, let’s for a moment add two words: selfless commitment.
HSI San Juan special agents identify counterfeit toys from China that are contaminated with lead paint at a local pharmacy.
Pedersen became an active duty member of the U.S. Navy in 2001, at which time he prosecuted criminal cases in the military ranging from attempted murder, theft, fraud, drug use and sexual assault. He left active duty in 2009 to serve in the Navy reserves, where he continues to serve and is assigned to the U.S. Northern Command.