Monday, August 1, 2011

Feds In Wisconsin Arrested 30 Men In Local Gang Crack Down

24 gang members were undocumented and living in the Milwaukee area.

By H. Nelson Goodson
August 1, 2011

Milwaukee- On Thursday, Federal authorities including U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations (ICEHSI) and the Milwaukee Police Department in a press release announced the arrest of 30 men involved in gang activity and associated with local gangs in the Milwaukee area. The two day raid on July 27 and 28, federal anti-gang operation arrested 6 men wanted on criminal charges and federal warrants, and 24 suspects have been place on administrative hold by ICE and are facing deportations proceedings. Five of the suspects were previously deported and had re-entered the U.S. The suspects face up to 20 years in prison, if convicted for illegal re-entry, according to the feds.
ICE confirmed that 17 of those arrested were known gang members and 13 suspects were affiliated to locals gangs, the Mexican Posse, Latin Kings, Brown Pride and C14 Sureños.

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