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06/26/2009
Monterrey, CA
Transnational Gangs

MONTEREY, Calif. - Eight Mexican nationals with ties to violent street gangs in Monterey County are facing state criminal charges or deportation this morning following a day-long enforcement operation involving U.S.

06/26/2009
San Diego, CA
Transnational Gangs
Alien gang members facing criminal charges and deportation following ICE-led multi-agency enforcement actions in central and southern California.
07/23/2009
Chicago, IL
Transnational Gangs
ICE agents arrested 19 people during 2-day operation targeting illegal aliens with ties to violent street gangs
07/28/2009
El Paso, TX
Enforcement and Removal
Two men, wanted for murder and weapons violations in Mexico, were deported by ICE Monday
07/29/2009
El Paso, TX
Enforcement and Removal
On July 29, ICE deported the second man this week wanted for murder in Mexico
07/31/2009
San Jose, CA
Transnational Gangs
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Eight gang members and gang associates, including several with serious criminal histories, are in custody this morning following the second multi-agency anti-gang enforcement operation spearheaded by U.S.
08/07/2009
Las Vegas, NV
Transnational Gangs
Most of the gang members arrested during the three-day enforcement surge have criminal records, including prior convictions for drug trafficking and weapons violations
09/14/2009
Washington, DC
Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
Remains of a saber-toothed cat and dinosaurs were repatriated in a ceremony at the Chinese embassy in Washington D.C.
09/30/2009
Salt Lake City, UT
Transnational Gangs
Nearly half of those arrested during the statewide operation face prosecution on charges ranging from felony immigration violations to murder. The remainder will be processed for deportation.
10/15/2009
Washington, DC
Transnational Gangs
ICE agents worked side by side with local state, and federal officials in 89 cities on a six month national public safety surge against transnational criminal street gangs in the United States.
10/29/2009
Pecos, TX
Child Exploitation
Manuel Barraza-Garcia, a U.S. permanent resident, became deportable after he was convicted of indecency with a child, which is a second-degree felony. Agents assigned to the ICE Office in Pecos arrested the 52-year-old at his home in Monahans, Texas.
10/30/2009
Memphis, TN
Enforcement and Removal

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - A Mexican national, who was indicted in U.S. District Court in Waco, Texas, for conspiracy to commit fraud related to identity documents, was arrested on Thursday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.

11/11/2009
Tampa, FL
Enforcement and Removal
The initiative, Secure Communities, is administered by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and enables ICE to determine whether an individual arrested by a participating state or local law enforcement agency is a dangerous criminal alien and take the appropriate action to remove the individual from the community.
11/12/2009
Nogales, AZ
Enforcement and Removal

NOGALES, Ariz. - A Mexican national wanted for vehicular homicide in his native country was turned over to representatives from the Mexican Attorney General's Office (PGR) at the border crossing in Nogales, Ariz., this morning by officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

12/02/2009
New York, NY
Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
A Corinthian column krater, left, and a Pompeii wall panel fresco, stolen from Italy and recovered by ICE in New York, were returned to the Italian government in a ceremony.
12/11/2009
Los Angeles, CA
Enforcement and Removal
More than 80 percent of those arrested during the 3-day operation, the largest ever targeting at large criminal aliens, were foreign nationals with prior convictions for serious or violent crimes.
12/11/2009
Miami, FL
Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
8 Peruvian cultural religious artifacts seized in ICE investigation.
01/04/2010
Nogales, AZ
Enforcement and Removal

NOGALES, Ariz. - A Mexican national wanted for homicide in his native country was turned over to representatives from the Mexican Attorney General's Office (PGR) at the border crossing in Nogales, Ariz., Monday morning by officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

01/07/2010
Memphis, TN
Child Exploitation
Ignacio McDonald-Lopez, 47, was arrested as a result of the Joint Criminal Alien Removal Taskforce, which focuses on identifying, locating and arresting criminal aliens. McDonald-Lopez pleaded guilty in a Tennessee court in August 2000 to aggravated sexual battery and was later sentenced to 10 years in prison.
01/11/2010
New York, NY
Cultural Property, Art and Antiquities Investigations
ICE announced the forfeiture of Le Marche following a Manhattan federal court trial that found the work was stolen from a French museum in 1981.
01/13/2010
New York, NY
Enforcement and Removal
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"ICE's Fugitive Operations will be featured on a Jan. 14 broadcast of ""Manhunters,"" a prime time reality series on A&E."
01/22/2010
Horn Lake, MS
Child Exploitation
Juan Vera-Serna, 34, was identified by DRO officers on May 7, 2009, during screening at the Horn Lake Police Department following his arrest for simple assault, simple assault with intent and felony child fondling.
01/26/2010
Lake Providence, LA
Child Exploitation
Manuel Elvir-Rodriguez, 21, and Elvis J. Correa, 22, both citizens of Honduras, and Elder Guzman-Reyes, a 27-year-old citizen of Mexico, were encountered by DRO officers while conducting Criminal Alien Program (CAP) screening at the Louisiana Department of Corrections.
01/29/2010
Washington, DC
Enforcement and Removal

WASHINGTON - Thirty-two foreign nationals with criminal records and four fugitives were arrested in the Commonwealth of Virginia and Washington, D.C., following a four-day enforcement surge by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

02/11/2010
Purvis, MS
Child Exploitation
Marcos Hernandez-Duran, 22, was arrested Wednesday by DRO officers assigned to Criminal Alien Operations, which involves the screening and identification of criminal aliens.

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