Transnational Gangs
ICE arrests more than 1,100 in operation targeting gangs
03/28/2016
Washington, DC
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Most of the individuals arrested during Project Shadowfire were U.S. citizens, but 239 foreign nationals from 13 countries in Central America, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean were also arrested. Of the 1,133 arrests, 915 were gang members and associates, 1,001 were charged with criminal offenses and 132 were arrested administratively for immigration violations.
Transnational Gangs
ICE arrests more than 1,100 in operation targeting gangs
03/28/2016
Washington, DC
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Most of the individuals arrested during Project Shadowfire were U.S. citizens, but 239 foreign nationals from 13 countries in Central America, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean were also arrested. Of the 1,133 arrests, 915 were gang members and associates, 1,001 were charged with criminal offenses and 132 were arrested administratively for immigration violations.
Transnational Gangs
ICE arrests more than 1,100 in operation targeting gangs
03/28/2016
Washington, DC
Email IconFacebook IconTwitter Icon
Most of the individuals arrested during Project Shadowfire were U.S. citizens, but 239 foreign nationals from 13 countries in Central America, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean were also arrested. Of the 1,133 arrests, 915 were gang members and associates, 1,001 were charged with criminal offenses and 132 were arrested administratively for immigration violations.
Transnational Gangs
ICE arrests more than 1,100 in operation targeting gangs
03/28/2016
Washington, DC
Email IconFacebook IconTwitter Icon
Most of the individuals arrested during Project Shadowfire were U.S. citizens, but 239 foreign nationals from 13 countries in Central America, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean were also arrested. Of the 1,133 arrests, 915 were gang members and associates, 1,001 were charged with criminal offenses and 132 were arrested administratively for immigration violations.
Transnational Gangs
ICE arrests more than 1,100 in operation targeting gangs
03/28/2016
Washington, DC
Email IconFacebook IconTwitter Icon
Most of the individuals arrested during Project Shadowfire were U.S. citizens, but 239 foreign nationals from 13 countries in Central America, Asia, Europe and the Caribbean were also arrested. Of the 1,133 arrests, 915 were gang members and associates, 1,001 were charged with criminal offenses and 132 were arrested administratively for immigration violations.