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Detroit, MI
“It has been proven, time and again, that a law enforcement community, a police force, a law enforcement organization that looks like the community that they serve builds trust,” said Secretary Johnson. “When I look around this room at all the people who work for DHS, I have tremendous optimism for our future.”
Human Smuggling/Trafficking
Minneapolis, MN
Jamal Moore, 33, is currently wanted in Hennepin County (Minneapolis) Minnesota on a state charge of promoting prostitution of a minor.
Enforcement and Removal
Atlanta, GA
Melvin Eduardo Ramos, 34, is wanted in his home country for aggravated murder.
New York, NY
New York City Police Department Commissioner William Bratton was the guest speaker Tuesday, Aug. 16, at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York’s quarterly leadership workshop.
Philadelphia, PA
U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) marked the conclusion of a cadet program Wednesday with a graduation ceremony at the U.S. custom house in Philadelphia, PA.
Enforcement and Removal
Phoenix, AZ
Luis Raul Quiroz-Gongora, aka “El Zorro,” 29, was transferred by ICE ERO officers to the custody of representatives from the Mexican Attorney General’s Office. An arrest warrant issued in November 2013 by a judge in Sonora, Mexico, charges Quiroz with murder. 
Firearms, Ammunition and Explosives
Chicago, IL
Upon execution of the search warrant, a large cache of weapons, including fully automatic firearms and live hand grenades, were discovered inside the storage unit. The Kane County Sherriff’s Bomb Squad was summoned to the scene to secure the grenades. Further investigation identified the renter of the storage unit as 31-year-old Juan Mexicano of Addison, Illinois.
Child Exploitation
Washington, DC
“From as early as I can remember, I had a drive to become a Special Agent. Although most kids change their childhood dream as they mature, my desire remained,” said SA Schultz, who studied criminal justice, Spanish, and legal studies to prepare herself for the job, including one year in Costa Rica to gain language skills she thought would be beneficial in law enforcement.
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