ICE Arrests 84 Illegals in Alaska, Washington, Oregon

Immigrant and Customs Enforcement officials announced today that they captured 84 criminal aliens in the states of Washington, Alaska, and Oregon as a part of raids conducted between March 25 and March 27. KEPRTV provides the following:

Of those arrested during the enforcement action, which ended Monday, 60 had criminal histories, including prior convictions for sex crimes, drug offenses and domestic violence. For example, A Mexican national charged with child rape had prior convictions for assault, domestic violence, and immoral communications with a minor. Others taken into custody during the operation included:

• A Russian national felon arrested in Portland whose criminal record includes a prior conviction for possession of methamphetamine; and

• A previously deported Mexican national with prior convictions for domestic violence and assault.


  • Driving under the influence 19
  • Assault 7
  • Larceny 4
  • Domestic violence 3
  • Sex Assault 2
  • Larceny from building 2
  • Cocaine possession 2
  • Possession of weapon 2
  • Amphetamine possession 2
  • Fraud 1
  • Violation of a court order 1
  • Heroin possession 1
  • Indecent liberty with a minor 1
  • Weapon offense 1
  • Stolen property 1
  • Dangerous drugs 1
  • Lewd or lascivious acts with minor 1
  • Damage property 1
  • Drug trafficking 1
  • Sex assault carnal abuse 1
  • Marijuana possession 1
  • Illegal entry 1
  • Traffic offense other 1
  • Cocaine sell 1
  • Meth possession 1
  • Forgery 1

*Note: criminal aliens with multiple prior convictions are categorized based on their most serious conviction.

The operation, conducted by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), targeted criminal undocumented immigrants who pose a public safety threat and individuals who have violated U.S. immigration laws, including those who re-entered the country after being deported and immigration fugitives ordered deported by federal immigration judges.

Some of the individuals arrested during the enforcement action will be presented for federal prosecution for re-entry after deportation, a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Those not being criminally prosecuted will be processed for removal from the country. Individuals who have outstanding orders of deportation, or who returned to the United States illegally after being deported, are subject to immediate removal from the country, according to the Office of Public Affairs Seattle Field Office.



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