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Topic - Brendan Doherty
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement then decides whether the person should be taken immediately into custody or can be released pending a court appearance, Superintendent Doherty said.
State troopers in Rhode Island routinely check the immigration status of crime suspects, as well as people pulled over for traffic violations, if they have reasonable suspicion, and troopers will alert federal immigration authorities if they believe or can determine that someone is in the country illegally, said State Police Superintendent Brendan Doherty.