Michigan is a well-known hot bed of activity from full on refugee infiltration to an astonishing illegal immigrant influx. The activity by ICE agents as well as the FBI seems to get more in-depth daily. Many of Trump’s new laws are finally allowing our enforcement agencies to actually do the job they were hired to do in this country. While it may take a number of years to fully get the refugee problem and the illegal immigrant issue settled to a level that can be dealt with easily, at least strides are finally being taken.
According to AFF:
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – A Mexican national arrested in Wyoming, who has a prior conviction for fourth-degree child abuse and two convictions for child neglect, is among the 33 foreign nationals taken into custody during a four-day operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) this week in western Michigan, targeting at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants and other immigration violators.
Of those arrested during the operation, which was spearheaded by ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO), 24, or nearly 80 percent, had prior criminal convictions. Criminal convictions of those arrested included, but are not limited to DUI, domestic battery, contempt of court, possession of open intoxicants, criminal sexual conduct, child abuse – 4th degree, child neglect, destruction of property, domestic violence, larceny, false identity to law enforcement, and attempted identity theft, among other offenses.
Among those arrested were: A 37-year-old Liberian male with a conviction for the offense of criminal sexual conduct, 3rd Degree. He was ordered removed from the United States in 2011 and will remain in ICE custody pending removal from the United States.
A 22-year-old Mexican female with convictions for operating without a license, two counts of child neglect, and child abuse, 4th degree. She will remain in ICE custody pending the outcome of her removal proceedings.