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ICE arresta a convicto mexicano liberado por autoridades locales luego de que se ignorara orden de retención

Luis Alejandro Villegas, 31, fue puesto en libertad por autoridades locales el 31 de diciembre de 2016, luego de haber sido detenido por manejar en estado de embriaguez. Villegas tiene una convicción criminal previa por robo en primer grado—robo forzoso con un arma mortal—por el cual cumplió cinco años de prisión. Luego de cumplir su pena, Villegas fue removido de los Estados Unidos en el 2007 en...

ICE arrests convicted Mexican national released from local custody after detainer was ignored

Luis Alejandro Villegas, 31, was released from local custody Dec. 31, 2016, after being detained for driving while intoxicated. Villegas has a previous criminal conviction for robbery in the first degree, forcible theft with a deadly weapon for which he served five years’ imprisonment.  Following his prison term, Villegas was removed from the United States in 2007 pursuant to a final order of...

ICE Milwaukee arrests 16 during operation targeting criminal aliens

All 16 arrested during this operation had been convicted of crimes in the United States and fall within ICE’s enforcement priorities. Their convictions include the following crimes: force/assault with a deadly weapon not firearm — gross bodily injury likely, receiving stolen property, battery, grand theft (auto), drug possession with intent to distribute, and drunk driving. Two were previously...

ICE en Milwaukee arresta a 16 durante operativo enfocándose en criminales extranjeros

Todos los 16 arrestados durante este operativo habían sido condenados por crímenes en los Estados Unidos y caen bajo las prioridades de aplicación de la ley de ICE. Sus condenas incluyen los siguientes crímenes: amenaza forzosa/con arma mortal (no arma de fuego) — lesiones corporales graves muy probables, recibir propiedad robada, agresión, robo mayor de vehículos, posesión con la intención de...

ICE removes Indian man convicted of conspiracy to export sensitive US technologies to Iran

Tayabi Fazal Hussain, 59, was convicted in June 2016, for violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana. He was charged with conspiracy to export sensitive U.S. technologies, including air filters, optical lenses, telescope equipment, mobile generators and mold detectors to Iran, without the requisite license from the U....

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