Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents detained several people in multiple raids and traffic stops on Thursday in New Brunswick, NJ this week.
ICE officials acknowledged the agency "conducted a targeted enforcement action in New Brunswick" but didn't provide any other information, the report said.
According to leaders of LAZOS America Unida, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the Latino community, ICE agents removed a man from a house while five children were getting ready for school.
Four men were detained near Joyce Kilmer Avenue. In another instance, two brothers in van were were stopped and fingerprinted near Townsend and French streets. The van driver, who had working papers, was released and his brother was detained.
Others were detained on Redmond and Sanford streets in the city.
Witnesses to the round-ups and traffic stops expressed their support for the actions. Pete Moles from nearby Spotswood, NJ told SuperStation95
The US (finally) has a President who actually enforces the law.