ICE made another large sweep last week. This time it was in the Colorado and Wyoming areas. ICE arrested 26 criminal illegal aliens.
DENVER — Federal officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 26 criminal aliens and others throughout Colorado and Wyoming during a four-day enforcement action which ended Monday.
The operation began March 31 and ended April 3. ICE officers made arrests in the following ERO Denver Field Office cities with 21 arrests in Colorado: Arvada (2), Aurora (11), Commerce City (3), Denver (1), Frederick (1), Thornton (2) and Yuma (1); and five arrests in Jackson, Wyoming. The ERO Denver area of responsibility includes the states of Colorado and Wyoming.
All those arrested were men ranging in age between 18 and 56 years old.
All the foreign nationals targeted by ICE officers during this enforcement action had prior criminal convictions. The majority of those arrested — 23 of the 26 — had criminal histories that included convictions for the following crimes: dangerous drugs, domestic violence, driving under the influence (DUI), drug possession, illegal entry, larceny, possession of a controlled substance, selling heroin, sex offenses and sex offense against a child. Eleven of those arrested had DUI convictions.
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Good news for Americans as more and more criminal illegal aliens are being taken off the streets. Combine this with reports of border crossings being down up to 60% and we’re making real progress on cleaning house.