ICE’s Top 5 for the week ending Dec. 29, 2017

 

ICE’s Top 5 for the week ending Dec. 29, 2017

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ICE deports
convicted Colombian drug kingpin wanted in his home country

The
former leader of a Colombian paramilitary drug-trafficking organization, who
oversaw the distribution of significant quantities of cocaine from Colombia to
the United States, was deported by officers with ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Upon his return to
his home country, he was turned over to Colombian law enforcement officials.

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South Texas women charged with transporting 4 Mexican national minors into the
US

2Federal
charges were filed against two women who were allegedly transporting four
unaccompanied minors from Mexico into the United States. The case is being
investigated by ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), U.S. Customs and
Border Protection (CBP), CBP’s Border Patrol and the Laredo Police Department.
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ICE removes MS-13 gang member wanted for involvement in 8 murders

3A 24-year-old
MS-13 gang member wanted in El Salvador for his involvement in eight aggravated
murders was removed and turned over to Salvadoran authorities by ICE ERO.
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Flight attendant charged in federal court with airport security violations

4A New York man
was arrested following an investigation by ICE HIS in New York. Scott McKinney,
a flight attendant, is charged with conspiracy to violate airport security
requirements and operation of an unlicensed money transmitting business.
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ICE New York, NYPD dismantle major heroin, cocaine trafficking organization

5Twenty-one
individuals were indicted following an extensive joint investigation by ICE HSI
in New York and the New York City Police Department (NYPD), along with the
Bronx District Attorney’s Office. Eleven of those individuals were arrested in
a takedown operation.
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