6 arrested in the Bronx following round of ICE raids
At least six people were arrested in the Bronx and face deportation, according to U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
Officials with ICE released information Friday about the five immigrants in the country illegally, who had criminal histories ranging from sexual assaults to drug possession charges.
The five people arrested in the Bronx are a 29-year-old Guatemala national convicted of rape, a 38-year-old Dominican Republic national convicted of drug possession, a 41-year-old Dominican Republic national convicted of cocaine sale, a 49-year-old Jamaican national with a criminal conviction for first-degree sexual assault of a victim under the age of 11 years old, a Mexican national convicted of invasion of privacy, and a 54-year-old Guinea national convicted of sexual assault and abuse.
The list also includes the arrests of 36 others after ICE raids took place across New York this past week.