Federal authorities arrest 32 foreign nationals with criminal records
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers this week arrested 32 foreign nationals who had previously been convicted of crimes that include robbery and drug possession.
The arrests took place during a four-day sweep in Virginia and the District. In addition, four immigration fugitives were arrested, federal authorities said. They said three gang members were among those picked up.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers worked with the U.S. Marshals Service and state and local officials. Those arrested come from 16 countries in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean.
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