ICE raids in Wyoming & Colorado nab 26 illegal immigrants

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Denver, Colo. - Twenty-six people suspected of being illegal immigrants, have been arrested in Wyoming and Colorado.

The raid was part of a four-day operation that took place March 31-April 3 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, known to many as ICE.

All five Wyoming arrests were made in Jackson and were men between the ages of 18 and 56. ICE says all of them were fugitives, were illegal re-entrants or had prior criminal convictions, including possession or selling of illegal drugs, DUI, illegal entry, domestic violence, larceny or sex offenses.

Those arrested are from five countries: Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Indonesia.