ICE Boston arrests three illegal immigrants suspected as child predators
By Laura Harris // May 14, 2024

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has arrested three illegal immigrants for committing heinous sex crimes against children in southern New England.

According to the information from ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) agents at the Boston field office, the suspects came from Guatemala, Bangladesh and the Dominican Republic.

The first arrest occurred on April 15, when deportation officers in Providence, Rhode Island, arrested a 37-year-old Dominican male. This individual had illegally entered the United States before being arrested on charges of child molestation and sexual assault last November. He posted bail but was later taken into ICE custody pending deportation proceedings.

"This unlawfully present Dominican national represents a significant safety threat, as he currently faces multiple felony child sexual assault charges," said ERO Boston Field Office Director Todd M. Lyons. "We will not relent in our mission to protect communities throughout the New England region from the most egregious noncitizen offenders. ERO Boston continues our commitment to this critical mission." (Related: Sexual predators avoid jail time by identifying as "transgender.")

Two days later, deportation officers in Providence arrested a 55-year-old Guatemalan male. This individual had been in the country illegally since 2008 and was convicted in 2022 of first-degree child molestation and sexual assault, receiving a reduced sentence of six years. After serving his sentence, he was taken into ICE custody pending removal.

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"This unlawfully present Guatemalan national has been convicted of sex crimes against a minor," said Lyons. "He has already violated U.S. immigration laws, and we will not allow him back out into our Rhode Island neighborhoods to re-offend. When local jurisdictions cooperate with immigration enforcement as happened in this case, the community is stronger and safer. ERO Boston will continue to prioritize public safety by apprehending and removing the most egregious offenders in order to make our New England communities safer."

On that same day, in Litchfield, Connecticut, ICE arrested a 47-year-old Bangladeshi male who had violated the terms of his admittance into the U.S. and was subsequently charged with multiple counts of commercial sex abuse and illegal sexual contact with a minor, among other offenses. He was taken into ICE custody pending removal proceedings.

"This unlawfully present individual allegedly brought harm to our Connecticut communities by sexually assaulting several children," said Lyons. "ERO Boston will continue to work with our local partners to prioritize the safety of the members of our New England communities."

ERO strengthens immigration enforcement through detainers and removals

In line with its mandate to arrest and detain illegal immigrants subject to removal, ERO issues immigration detainers against people arrested for criminal offenses and held by state or local law enforcement.

These detainers serve as requests from ICE to notify them before releasing a removable illegal from custody. They ask that the noncitizen be held for up to 48 hours beyond their scheduled release, allowing ERO to take custody for removal in line with federal regulations.

Additionally, ERO carries out removals of individuals lacking legal status in the U.S., often under the direction of immigration judges from the Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review, which operates independently from the Department of Homeland Security and ICE, with immigration judges making case-by-case decisions on whether an illegal should be removed or qualifies for relief from deportation.

As one of ICE's operational arms, ERO serves as the primary federal authority for enforcing immigration laws within the country. Its core objectives include apprehending and removing individuals who threaten the U.S. communities and immigration laws. ERO focuses on interior enforcement, managing detained and non-detained populations, and repatriating noncitizens with final removal orders. With a workforce exceeding 7,700 personnel across various locations domestically and overseas, ERO operates with a broad reach to fulfill its mission.

Watch this report from Bill O'Reilly about how over 200,000 deportation cases had to be scrapped because of "bad paperwork."

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Sources include:

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