FridayFive
week of Jan. 15, 2021

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HSI INVESTIGATION

HSI INVESTIGATIONMS-13’s highest-ranking leaders charged with terrorism offenses in US

An indictment was unsealed Jan. 14, in Central Islip, New York, charging 14 of the world’s highest-ranking MS-13 leaders who are known today as the Ranfla Nacional, which operated as the organization’s Board of Directors, and directed MS-13’s violence and criminal activity around the world for almost two decades. Read more

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ENFORCEMENT AND REMOVAL | ICE removes 2 sexual predators living illegally in Pacific Northwest

ENFORCEMENT AND REMOVALICE removes 2 sexual predators living illegally in Pacific Northwest

ICE officers removed two illegal aliens to Mexico Jan. 12, who combined, have previous convictions including sexual abuse, aggravated sexual assault and prohibited sexual conduct in both Washington and Oregon. Read more

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L.A.-area man sentenced to 10 years in prison for key role in massive pyramid scheme

FINANCIAL CRIMESL.A.-area man sentenced to 10 years in prison for key role in massive pyramid scheme

A San Gabriel Valley man was sentenced today to 120 months in federal prison for fraudulently obtaining $147 million from tens of thousands of investors around the world in a massive investment scam where a multinational company issued a phony digital currency purportedly backed by billions of dollars’ worth of amber and other gemstones. Read More

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MOST WANTED | ICE apprehends ‘Most Wanted’ fugitive in Southern California

MOST WANTEDICE apprehends ‘Most Wanted’ fugitive in Southern California

“After more than two years of evasion, this convicted felon and fugitive criminal alien has been apprehended thanks to the diligent efforts of our officers and their coordinated efforts with the USMS,” said ERO Los Angeles FOD John Cantú. Read more

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CAREERS | #ICYMI: ICE is hiring

CAREERS#ICYMI: ICE is hiring

ICE is hiring for multiple positions across the United States. Interested? To learn more and apply, visit USAJOBS.

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) enforces federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration to promote homeland security and public safety.

Updated: 01/19/2021