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Dominican national wanted for manslaughter arrested in Baltimore after entering US illegally

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BALTIMORE, MD—Federal authorities have apprehended a Dominican national in Baltimore who is wanted in his home country for manslaughter.

Deportation officers from Enforcement and Removal Operations Baltimore’s Fugitive Operations Team arrested the 27-year-old noncitizen at his residence in Baltimore on May 23rd, ICE officials announced this week.

The Dominican noncitizen unlawfully entered the United States on an unknown date and at an unknown location. He was not inspected, admitted, or paroled by a U.S. immigration official.

Dominican authorities charged the Dominican national for injury causing death/manslaughter/murder on September 21, 2022, and subsequently issued a warrant for his arrest.

The Dade County Police Department in Miami, Florida, cited the Dominican noncitizen May 4, 2023, for driving on the wrong side of the roadway.

On May 13, 2024, ERO Philadelphia notified ERO Baltimore that the Dominican noncitizen’s vehicle was located at the scene of a drug distribution and trafficking investigation in Baltimore.

Deportation officers from ERO Baltimore’s Fugitive Operations Team arrested the Dominican noncitizen at his residence in Baltimore on May 23 and served him a notice to appear before a Department of Justice immigration judge. The Dominican noncitizen will remain in ICE custody pending the outcome of his removal proceedings.

Members of the public can report crimes or suspicious activity by dialing 866-DHS-2-ICE (866-347-2423) or completing the ICE online tip form.

Photo via ICE

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