ICE Conducts a Sweep of Criminal Illegals in New Jersey

Jun 14, 2017

A field office of the department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in New Jersey made 113 arrests this past week of illegals in this country that are charged with, or have been convicted of other crimes. The people arrested are from 30 different countries and have committed criminal acts involving drugs, human trafficking, and in the case of one man from Honduras was wanted for murder in his own country.

This action is part of the ongoing drive of the Trump administration to find and deport people who are dangerous criminals, and are here illegally. There is also an emphasis on getting rid of individuals who might pose a threat to our national security.