Headline USA: Violent Crime Soars in NC Counties When Sheriffs Cut Ties with ICE

IRLI In The News

May 19, 2021

By Joshua Paladino

Violent crime soared in two North Carolina counties after their sheriffs decided to stop cooperating with federal immigration officials, according to a Immigration Reform Law Institute investigation.

Mecklenburg County and Wake County both cancelled their 287(g) agreements that allowed local law enforcement to transfer criminal illegal aliens into federal custody for processing, prosecution, and deportation.

Read the full story at Headline USA

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