Self-Described Gang Leader In ICE Custody After Arrested And Released Under New York Sanctuary Policies

Self-Described Gang Leader In ICE Custody After Arrested And Released Under New York Sanctuary Policies


Officials arrested a self-identified gang leader who was previously arrested and released under New York sanctuary policies, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Wednesday.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Removal Operations officers arrested 25-year-old self-identified Sureños street gang leader Fernando Olea-Prado on Oct. 1 in Corona, New York, ICE announced.

“Where is the concern for the safety of the citizens that these local politicians were elected to protect?” Enforcement and Removal Operations New York field office director Thomas R. Decker said, according to ICE.

Trending: 5 Deadliest COVID Districts in US Have Dem Reps – Look Who Represents the Worst One

“It’s reprehensible that local politicians passed a law that allows a twice-removed, violent street gang member to be released from custody to commit more violence in this city.”

#DidYouKnow Sanctuary policies force ICE officers out of local jails and into corresponding communities. Learn more about non-cooperation policies and immigration detainers. Learn more https://t.co/2vGny206gd pic.twitter.com/DEaRbo6925

— ICE (@ICEgov) October 7, 2020

Olea-Prado, an illegal immigrant, was arrested and charged by local law enforcement with three counts of robbery, assault, criminal possession of a weapon, and criminal possession of stolen property on Sept. 11, 2020, according to ICE. Olea-Prado was deported twice in August 2013 for illegally entering the U.S.

Though ICE placed

Continue reading

You Might Like

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Send this to a friend