ICE Arrests 2,900 During Illegal Immigration Sting

POSTED: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 11:26am

UPDATED: Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 3:23pm

EL PASO- It was a record breaking operation and took more than 2,900 illegal immigrants off the streets.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement worked with divisions across the nation in operation crosscheck last week. Their goal was to arrest as many illegal immigrants convicted of criminal activity as possible. Ice agents arrested 24 in El Paso


"With the efforts of our partners, local law enforcement, state law enforcement, we were able to arrest various criminals some egregious criminal activity such as sexual assault ranging all the way to those that traffic drugs."

The first crosscheck operation was in December 2009.The combined total of arrests for crosscheck is 7,400 convicted illegal immigrants.
 

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Its all good though the ones arrested will be back in a week anyways if their not deported but if they stay in the U.S. and get convicted of crims we tax payers now have to pay for their incarceration which means they get free housing, food, and clothing.

So not a bad deal for them on our dime

Only 24 arrested in El Paso...What did they do, just go in one 7-11 store...Ha Ha had to laugh at this one...try 24,000 in this city alone, guess they choose not to look in the right places!

Yes we do Robert. I have to go the high school for my job. There are plenty of students that don't know their address, how do you not know where you live.Well unless you don't live here and you don't know what fake address to give. I can't tell you how many students that are going to the schools in El Paso that aren't paying taxes to be in those schools And how about when I talk ENGLISH to the students and they don't understand me? Why don't they read and write ENGLISH!!!

Did they have New Mexico drivers' licenses?

YEs now we need to Go look in to the schools

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