Articles Tagged With ‘Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)’




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Sheriff Ian Parkinson bucks state, provides inmate release dates

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson, who opposes sanctuary state rules that bar his department from cooperating with federal immigration officials, announced Wednesday at a town-hall meeting in Santa Margarita that he is providing the release dates of all... (Continue reading)

Orange County sheriff fights back against sanctuary state designation

With one city in the county attempting to opt out California’s sanctuary state law, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department is now publishing the dates in which inmates will be released from custody. Additionally, other agencies in Orange County are considering... (Continue reading)

California seeking to fine employers for complying with ICE

In the aftermath of the passage of legislation aimed at limiting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in California, the state has released rules employers must follow or risk fines of up to $10,000 per offense. The Immigrant Worker Protection Act... (Continue reading)

3 illegal immigrants arrested in San Luis Obispo

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested three illegal immigrants on various charges in San Luis Obispo Wednesday morning. [Cal Coast Times] The suspects were reportedly living on Johnson Avenue near French Medical Center. ICE agents conducted a series of... (Continue reading)

Woman gets year in jail for accessory to murder, faces deportation

The wife of the man accused of killing a 43-year-old Santa Maria resident outside a bar in Orcutt received a one-year jail sentence for accessory to murder. Mayra Perez, 29, pleaded no contest in June to being an accessory to... (Continue reading)

Nipomo murder suspect turned over to ICE after DA drops charges

A 24-year-old man who was accused of murdering his girlfriend in Nipomo less than a year after he was deported to Mexico was released from San Luis Obispo County Jail on Wednesday after local prosecutors dropped their case against him.... (Continue reading)

U.S. House passes bill named after murdered Cal Poly grad

The United States House of Representatives passed two bill Thursday intended to crack down on illegal immigration and crimes committed by illegal immigrants. One of the bills, “Kate’s Law,” is named after Cal Poly grad Kate Steinle, who was allegedly... (Continue reading)

Recently deported Nipomo murder suspect released from jail, then re-arrested

The 24-year-old Nipomo man who was arrested for murdering his girlfriend less than a year after he was deported to Mexico was released from San Luis Obispo County Jail on an apparent technicality. Deputies then re-arrested the suspect without him... (Continue reading)

Nipomo murder suspect appears to be recently deported immigrant

The 24-year-old Nipomo man arrested for murdering his girlfriend appears to be the same person who was profiled in a news article last year after being deported to Mexico. Last August, The Desert Sun, a Palms Springs area paper, published... (Continue reading)

SLO Council approves sanctuary city-style resolution

Led by Mayor Heidi Harmon, the city of San Luis Obispo has responded to a purported crackdown on illegal immigration by the Trump Administration with a resolution declaring all people, irrespective of immigration status, welcome in SLO and instructing city... (Continue reading)



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