By NAN Staff Writer
News Americas, NEWARK, N.J., Tues. iphone 8 pink leather case June 12, 2018: Over six dozen Caribbean and Latin American immigrants could soon be sent packing out of the US after they were nabbed and placed in detention last week by U.S. iphone 7 plus spidgen case Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in New Jersey.
Seventy-four of the immigrants arrested in the operation by ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and U.S. top iphone 7 cases Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) New Jersey Field Office are from the Americas, News Americas has found.
Thirty of the immigrants were from the Caribbean, a NAN analysis shows, while the other 44 were from across Latin America. cool iphone 7 phone cases The Dominican Republic accounted for the most number of immigrants nabbed – a whopping 14, including a 32-year-old with convictions of possession of cocaine, domestic violence assault, and trespassing, who was arrested in In Perth Amboy and a 54-year-old who has convictions for kidnapping and aggravated assault and was arrested in Jersey City.
Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago accounted for three immigrants respectively. Among the Jamaicans arrested was a 24-year-old who has convictions of endangering the welfare of a child and lewdness.
Two of the Caribbean immigrants nabbed were from Guyana while one each were from Anguilla and St. iphone 7 plus cases card holder Lucia, respectively.