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Topic - Virginia Kice
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents said they’ve uncovered — and closed down — a massive and just-built drug-running tunnel that joins Tijuana, Mexico, to San Diego.
A federal agent accused of shooting a supervisor engaged in a serious struggle for his gun with another colleague who subsequently shot and killed him, an official said.
U.S. authorities on Tuesday deported a former member of an elite Guatemalan military force suspected of carrying out a brutal massacre in 1982.
If the San Francisco sheriff's plan becomes reality, illegal immigrants arrested for petty crimes won't be held in jail longer than necessary, even if federal immigration agents may want them detained for possible deportation.
Utah officials said Friday they have identified at least two state workers who apparently accessed confidential documents to create a list of 1,300 purported illegal immigrants that was mailed to law enforcement officials and the news media.
State agencies are investigating whether any of their employees leaked Social Security numbers and other personal information after a list of 1,300 people who an anonymous group claims are illegal immigrants was circulated around Utah.
The San Diego Tunnel Task Force discovered the site, described as "highly sophisticated" with lighting and an entire rail system, Ms. Kice said.
"It hasn't been utilized," ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice said, CNN reported. "We were able to shutter it before it was utilized to bring drugs into the interior."