97.3 F
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Forty Central American immigrants deported from FLETC facility

Related stories

Chase Scholars accepting community service requests from seniors

ARTESIA -- Artesia High School Class of 2024 recipients...

Council approves pay increase for police, fire departments

Artesia fire and police scored raises at the Artesia...

Caverns announce new policites to help limit fire risk

CARLSBAD — Due to high to extreme fire danger...

ARTESIA (AP) — About 40 Central American immigrants detained briefly at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center were deported Monday, officials confirmed.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said the immigrants were placed on a plane in Roswell and flown to Honduras, but the agency did not say when they arrived. The adults and their children previously were housed at the temporary detention center in Artesia, the agency said. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

Join the Artesia Daily Press Newsletter

Stay informed with the latest Artesia news and updates, directly in your inbox. Subscribe now!


Latest stories