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04/02/2013
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
The Dallas Office of ICE's Enforcement Removal Operations (ERO) announced Monday the sentences of eight separate cases of criminal aliens who were sentenced in March after their convictions for illegally re-entering the United States after they had been previously deported, and other aggravated felonies.
06/06/2017
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
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The ERO Fugitive Operations Teams in Dallas and Oklahoma are part of the nationwide teams that focus on aliens who pose a serious threat to national security or public safety, including members of transnational street gangs, child sex offenders and aliens with prior convictions for violent crimes. The enforcement operations conducted by the ERO Dallas and Oklahoma Fugitive Operations Teams are just one facet of the Department of Homeland Security's broader strategy to heighten the federal government’s effectiveness at identifying and removing dangerous criminal aliens from the United States.

09/14/2011
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
In two unrelated immigration cases, two men received substantial prison sentences following their convictions for illegally re-entering the United States after being previously deported, announced U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks of the Northern District of Texas.
12/19/2013
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
Balraj Naidu, 51, departed Dallas Dec. 16 and arrived in Singapore Wednesday under escort by ERO officers.
12/11/2019
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
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While the numbers of individuals apprehended or found inadmissible at the border nationwide increased 68% over the previous fiscal year, the total number of aliens arrested by ICE dropped by nearly 10% compared to FY 2018.

01/16/2009
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal

DALLAS — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Friday that its officers arrested 69 fugitive aliens and other immigration violators here and in surrounding communities as part of a five-day operation that ended Thursday.

05/29/2014
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
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Cesar Lisandro Anaya, 27, was removed to El Salvador May 28 via government charter flight from Dallas and was turned over to officials from El Salvador's Policia Nacional Civil (PNC).
09/29/2010
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
With the expansion of the biometric information-sharing capability throughout Texas, ICE is now using it in 659 jurisdictions in 32 states. By 2013, ICE plans to be able to respond to all fingerprint matches generated nationwide through IDENT/IAFIS interoperability.
09/26/2018
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
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During this operation, ERO deportation officers made arrests in the following 38 Texas cities and towns: Amarillo (2), Arlington (2), Athens (1), Big Spring (1), Bridgeport (1), Canton (1), Carrollton (1), Dallas (11), Denton (3), Fort Worth (5), Frisco (3), Garland (1), Gilmer (4), Grapevine (1), Greenville (1), Haltom City (1), Haslett (1), Hawley (1), Irving (6), Jacksboro (2), Kaufman (1), Lewisville (2), Longview (2), Lubbock (9), McKinney (3), Mesquite (2), Palestine (2), Pampa (4), Perryton (2), Plainview (2), Plano (1), Sache (1), San Angelo (2), Sherman (2), Tyler (1), Wichita Falls (1) and White Oak (1). A total of 11 arrests were made in Oklahoma in Oklahoma City (3) and Tulsa (8).

09/12/2012
Dallas, TX
Enforcement and Removal
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Following a five-day Texas-wide U.S. ICE operation, 50 convicted alien sex offenders and other criminal aliens were arrested by officers with ICE's Enforcement Removal Operations (ERO) and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

06/12/2013
Corpus Christi, TX
Enforcement and Removal
Federico Mendez-Hernandez, 28, was last apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol May 9 on the Rio Grande River near Hidalgo and transferred to ICE custody three days later. On May 18, Mendez-Hernandez was transported to the Christus Spohn Hospital Kleberg in Kingsville after he reported symptoms compatible with rabies, which included anxiety, vomiting, trouble swallowing, shortness of breath and rapid heart rate.
11/09/2016
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
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Vinicius Antunes De Souza, 27, was transferred Friday by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers to the custody of the Brazilian Polícia Federal at the Belo Horizante International Airport.
08/15/2017
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
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A federal grand jury charged 10 individuals with conspiracy to commit extortion, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and use of a firearm during a crime of violence in an indictment returned July 27. Five other individuals were arrested and charged in criminal complaints with federal immigration-related crimes. Two of the 15 remain fugitives.

01/02/2018
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal

The 11-count superseding indictment alleges that defendants – members and associates of the MS-13 – conspired to commit extortion through the use of threatened or actual force, violence or fear to intimidate their victims into paying money to the defendants and their co-conspirators.

05/04/2010
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 137 criminal aliens and fugitives in central and southern Ohio over a four-day period ending late Monday.

02/16/2011
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
More than 40 criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and immigration violators are facing deportation and criminal charges following an enforcement effort spearheaded by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in Columbus.
04/15/2015
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
Oscar Antonio Pena-Sanchez, 37, of Tampico, Mexico, was encountered by an Ohio State Patrol trooper April 6. During the encounter Pena-Sanchez presented the trooper with a fraudulent New Jersey driver's license, issued in another person's name.
01/16/2020
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has released 29 criminal aliens and immigration violators since November 2019, despite written detainer requests filed with them by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

04/19/2011
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Tuesday began using the Secure Communities program in Adams, Darke, Greene, Lawrence, Meigs, Pike, Preble and Scioto counties.
01/18/2011
Columbus, OH
Enforcement and Removal
On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began using a federal information sharing capability in Athens County that helps federal immigration officials use biometrics to identify aliens, both lawfully and unlawfully present in the United States, who are booked into local law enforcement's custody for a crime.
06/14/2011
Columbia, SC
Enforcement and Removal
With the expansion of the use of biometric information sharing to these three counties, ICE is using this capability in 32 South Carolina jurisdictions. Across the country, ICE is using this capability in 1,400 jurisdictions in 43 states and territories.
05/17/2011
Columbia, SC
Enforcement and Removal
U.S. ICE on Tuesday began using a federal information sharing capability as part of the Secure Communities program in Calhoun, Chesterfield and Sumter counties to help federal immigration officials identify criminal aliens in state prisons and local jails by running their fingerprints against federal immigration databases when they are booked...
07/08/2011
Columbia, SC
Enforcement and Removal
A Brazilian national was sentenced to 24 months in federal prison on Thursday for possession of firearms and ammunition by an illegal alien and improper entry into the United States.
06/08/2011
Columbia, SC
Enforcement and Removal
Carlos Torruco-Ventura, 30, of Hartsville, S.C., pled guilty Tuesday in federal court in Florence, to illegal re-entry into the United States, a violation of Title 8, U.S. Code, Section 1326(a).

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