Immigration and Customs Enforcement

ICE's 'Most Wanted' Captured in Louisiana

The convicted child sex offender, who ICE said was in the U.S. unlawfully, had been convicted on a felony charge of taking indecent liberties with a child in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, in November 2002.

Ice Arrests Mother and Son at Courthouse

"How in the world is anybody going to get justice if both the victims and the defendants are not going to come to court because they're all afraid of being deported?" Mecklenburg Assistant Public Defender Herman Little said.

ICE 'Will Not Be Deterred' New Chief Says

"Our workforce continues to carry out their important mission and we will not be deterred by threats against our agency," Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Ronald Vitiello said.

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