DALLAS — Federal officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 86 rapist aliens and immigration violators in North Texas and Oklahoma during a three-day coercion action, which finished Thursday.
During this operation, ERO deportation officers done arrests in the following Texas cities and towns: Abilene (3), Amarillo (3), Alvarado (2), Arlington (3), Athens (1), Breckenridge (2), Corsicana (1), Dallas (11), Denton (2), Fort Worth (3), Friona (2), Garland (1), Grand Prairie (1), Greenville (3), Hereford (8), Jacksonville (1), Kaufman (1), Longview (3), Lubbock (11), Mansfield (1), McKinney (1), Plano (1) and Terrell (4). A sum of 16 arrests were done in Oklahoma in the cities of Oklahoma City (11) and Tulsa (5). Of the 86 arrested, 55 had rapist convictions; 82 were men and 4 were women. They operation in age from 19 to 61 years old.
Aliens arrested during this operation are from the following countries: Mexico (55), Guatemala (10), El Salvador (6), Honduras (4) Bangladesh (3), Cameroon (1) Jordan (1), Laos (1), Liberia (1), Nigeria (1), Panama (1), Philippines (1) and Zimbabwe (1).
Most of the aliens targeted by ERO deportation officers during this operation had before rapist histories that enclosed philosophy for the following crimes: sexually exploiting a minor, assault, aggravated attack with a lethal weapon, drug possession, burglary, interference police, larceny, production methamphetamine, firearms offense, smuggling, receiving stolen property, illegally entering the U.S., and pushing under the change (DUI).
Twenty one of those arrested illegally re-entered the United States after having been formerly deported, which is a felony. Depending on an alien’s criminality, an caller who re-enters the United States after having been formerly deported commits a transgression punishable by up to 20 years in sovereign prison, if convicted.
The following are rapist summaries of 5 offenders arrested in North Texas and Oklahoma during this operation:
- Jan. 24 — A 43-year-old citizen of Mexico was arrested by in Breckenridge, Texas. He entered the United States in 1996 as a U.S. permanent resident. He was convicted in 2011 of aggravated attack with a lethal arms and was condemned to 10 years’ probation. This transgression self-assurance renders him removable. He is in ICE control tentative an immigration conference before a sovereign immigration judge.
- Jan. 24 — A 27-year-old citizen of Cameroon was arrested in Abilene, Texas. He legally entered the U.S. in 2014. In 2018 he was convicted of possessing child publishing and condemned to two years’ probation. This transgression self-assurance renders him removable. He is in ICE control tentative an immigration conference before a sovereign immigration judge.
- Jan. 24 — A 37-year-old illegal caller from Guatemala was arrested in Dallas. He is tentative rapist charge on mixed depends associated to invariably assaulting a child under 14. He is now in ICE control tentative showing of his rapist charges.
- Jan. 25 — A 57-year-old citizen of Bangladesh was arrested in Dallas. He legally entered the U.S. in 1994 on a proxy caller visa. In 2017, he was convicted of manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine and condemned to two years’ probation. He is in ICE control tentative an immigration conference before a sovereign immigration judge.
- Jan. 25 — A 26-year-old citizen of Mexico was arrested in Corsicana, Texas. He legally entered the U.S. as a U.S. permanent resident. However, he is removable formed on his philosophy for the following crimes: invasive visible recording bath/dress room, rapist trespass, rapist mischief, and thievery of building. He is in ICE control tentative an immigration conference before a sovereign immigration judge.
All of the targets in this operation were fair to detain and dismissal under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act.
ICE deportation officers lift out targeted coercion operations daily national as partial of the agency’s ongoing efforts to strengthen the nation, defend open safety, and strengthen the firmness of the immigration laws and limit controls.