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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • 'Sextortion' suspect got naked-girl pics from 80 by posing as teen, deputies say

    'Sextortion' suspect got naked-girl pics from 80 by posing as teen, deputies say
    The 10-year-old said she wasn't going to send the nude photo. But "Emily" got mad, saying in a message: "Bye then." The 10-year-old girl didn't want to upset her new "friend," who she thought was a 14-year-old Texas girl. So she took her shirt off...
  • Muere inmigrante mexicano en custodia de ICE en Arizona

    Muere inmigrante mexicano en custodia de ICE en Arizona
    La Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) informó ayer que un inmigrante mexicano murió mientras estaba bajo su custodia en el centro de detención de Eloy, Arizona. ICE identificó al inmigrante como José de Jesús Deniz-Sahagun, de 31 años de edad....
  • House Democrats call for end to immigrant family detention

    House Democrats call for end to immigrant family detention
    Two House Democrats from California called for the Department of Homeland Security to end its practice of holding families seeking asylum in jail-like detention centers while they wait for their cases to play out. Rep. Zoe Lofgren of San Jose said...
  • Federal agents shoot man outside West Palm furniture store

    Federal agents shoot man outside West Palm furniture store
    A day after federal agents shot and wounded a West Palm Beach man, he appeared in court Wednesday to face charges that he was the one who tried to harm them, federal documents show. Michael James Antonoff, 27, is accused of driving a vehicle at federal...
  • Woman detained after allegedly making bomb threat at downtown federal building

    Woman detained after allegedly making bomb threat at downtown federal building
    A woman claiming to have a bomb on the steps of the downtown Los Angeles federal building was detained after an hours-long standoff with police Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. About 11:03 a.m., the woman told authorities at the building in the...
  • No ICE in L.A. County jails

    No ICE in L.A. County jails
    The move by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors this week to withdraw from a federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement program should resolve what had become an unwelcome blurring of the roles played by sheriff's deputies at county jails and...
  • Immigration: Centers holding kids to be reviewed, but nothing changes for now

    Immigration: Centers holding kids to be reviewed, but nothing changes for now
    Federal immigration officials, facing a judge’s pending decision on the legality of the detention centers they use to house women and children, announced an intermediary step toward improving the conditions for its detainees. Nothing will change...
  • Hey, ICE, let the mothers with children go free

    Hey, ICE, let the mothers with children go free
    As the federal government struggled to handle the illicit flow of mothers and children, and children traveling alone, over the Mexican border last summer, it adopted several strategies, some of which made more sense (like trying to improve conditions in...
  • Family Rallies For Army Veteran Facing Deportation

    Family Rallies For Army Veteran Facing Deportation
    HARTFORD – The family of Army veteran Jorge Luis Salcedo of Glastonbury is appealing for help to keep him from being deported by immigration authorities. Immigration activists and Salcedo's family rallied outside the Legislative Office Building...
  • U.S. Army Veteran From Glastonbury Facing Deportation

    U.S. Army Veteran From Glastonbury Facing Deportation
    HARTFORD – Immigration activists rallied outside the Legislative Office Building Thursday to protest the planned deportation of U.S. Army veteran Jorge Luis Salcedo, a Glastonbury resident with a wife and two young daughters here. Salcedo was...
  • L.A. County ends contract with ICE, then OKs future collaboration

    L.A. County ends contract with ICE, then OKs future collaboration
    Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to end a controversial program that places immigration agents inside county jails to determine whether inmates are deportable. On a 3-2 vote, the Board of Supervisors severed the county’s contract with...