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Man wanted in reckless homicide deported to Poland

A man wanted in his native Poland on charges of killing a pedestrian was flown back home and turned over to police authorities today by immigration officials.

Bartosz Sikorski, 32, is wanted on a reckless homicide warrant issued by a court in Bialysok, Poland, for the June 8, 2002, killing of a pedestrian, according to a release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Until recently, Sikorski lived in the 5300 block of North Chester Avenue in the O'Hare neighborhood on the Far Northwest Side, according to court records.

Sikorski came to the United States in August 2002, on a visitor's visa, and the warrant was issued in October 2002. Sikorski failed to leave when his visa was up. In 2007, he was convicted in Cook County on a theft by deception charge and then failed to comply with a federal judge's order to leave the country by April 2010. Earlier this year, he was found guilty in an identity theft case in Chicago and was sentenced to 42 days in jail, according to court records.

After immigration officials learned Sikorski was wanted on an active warrant in Poland, he was arrested by federal agents again on Oct. 4 and was sent back to Poland on Monday, according to officials.

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