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Federal immigration authorities at Boston, last week, arrested a Zimbabwean national, who would have exceeded his visa by 20 years of age and is charged with the crime of rape, U. S .. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Monday.
Alois Mutare, 42, was arrested by ICE Enforcement and Removal (ERO), as part of a more comprehensive approach to the illegal aliens, illegal reentrants, and other immigration violators in the New England area.
A Zimbabwean national, faces felony statutory rape charges, was arrested by ICE agents out of a courthouse in Boston last week.
Mutare, a Zimbabwean citizen, it is legally imported into the united states in 1999, but violated the terms of his admission to, and exceeded, his visa is due to be in the neighborhood of 20 years ago, according to a news release from ICE.
Police in Boston, arrested in Mutare in December of 2019 at the latest, on the crime of rape is against it. Mutare, was indicted on those charges earlier this month, ICE said.
ICE agents arrested in Mutare after he was released from a local criminal court on 4 March.
He remains in ICE custody pending immigration proceedings before a federal immigration judge, ICE has said.
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ICE officers have arrested more than 200 immigration offenders have, in the past few weeks. More than one-half of these individuals had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges for rape, drug trafficking, sexual assault and ill-treatment during the enforcement efforts, ICE has said.
Todd M. Lyons, acting field office director for ERO Boston, said: with the multitude of arrests, the threat is that a sanctuary policy for our community.”
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“Our officers will continue to arrest, the public safety and security threats, which have been released to return to their communities, even as we remain committed to working with our law enforcement partners to keep the communities in the region are safe,” Lyons said.