Gazette.net on September 28, 2011 reports: Nineteen illegal immigrants with criminal records were arrested in Montgomery County during a week-long Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation that led to 2,901 arrests across the country
HometownAnnapolis.com on July 2, 2011, reports: An illegal immigrant who beat a man to death with a log during a fight at a Laurel homeless camp last winter was sentenced to 18 months in jail Thursday.
the Dorchester Star on June 17, 2011, reports: A 27-year-old man was arrested Friday, June 10, in Cambridge after he allegedly broke into a home and tried to sexually assault a woman.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) , on June 11, 2011, reports: ... officers in Baltimore arrested Saul Antonio Uriba, a known MS-13 gang member who was previously deported by ICE's legacy agency, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), in 1998.
The Washington Examiner reports: A Jamaican man who fled from authorities five years ago after Prince George's County police intercepted 20 pounds of marijuana has been captured thanks to a tip from a reader...
examiner.com reports: On February 16, 2010, police in Prince William County, Virginia, filed charges against Marcos Banegas , 26, for forcible sodomy and aggravated sexual battery on an 8-year-old girl. The Honduran national has been on the run ever since, and remains at large.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports: Eight illegal aliens in a minivan stopped by state police at the turnpike interchange in New Stanton Monday were headed to work on a publicly financed housing project... The men were on their way from Maryland...
BALTIMORE - Last week in a three-day enforcement operation throughout Maryland, 18 immigration fugitives and immigration violators, almost all convicted of driving under the influence (DUI), were arrested by officers with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).
"This targeted enforcement action is an example of ICE's commitment to tough law enforcement investigations that locate and arrest criminal aliens and ultimately remove those aliens from the United States that pose a threat to public safety in our communities," said Calvin McCormick, ICE ERO field office director in Baltimore.