Tag: sex offenders

CBP Arrests Multiple Sex Offenders, Fugitive Wanted for Murder, Before Entering US

Border Patrol agents stopped 10 sex offenders, a fugitive wanted for murder, a slew of deadly drugs, and other alleged crime suspects from illegally crossing the U.S.–Mexico border, the head of the federal law enforcement agency confirmed. Raul Ortiz, the 25th chief of the U.S. Border Patrol, said on Twitter that he’s “extremely proud” as he…


Atlanta Court: Sheriff Cannot Put Warning Signs in Sex Offenders’ Yards

By Bill Rankin From Atlanta Journal-Constitution ATLANTA—The federal appeals court in Atlanta has found it was unconstitutional for the Butts County sheriff to place warning signs in the yards of registered sex offenders in his county. A few days before Halloween in 2018, Sheriff Gary Long had his deputies place the signs in all 57…


Nearly 8,700 Criminals Arrested at Southern Border in Past 10 Months, Including Repeat Sex Offenders

Over the past 10 months, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents have arrested 8,691 known criminals who have entered the U.S. illegally through the southern border. Combined, they have committed 12,685 crimes in the U.S., according to federal data. Because Border Patrol agents do not have access to criminal records from other countries, they rely…


NTD News Today Full Broadcast (March 31)

Border crossings this year are on pace to top 2019’s border crisis. In March alone, Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) reportedly caught over 150,000 people; that’s up 50,000 from February. An anonymous CBP agent reveals a jump in the number convicted sex offenders caught coming across the border this year. He describes the changes at…


NTD Evening News Full Broadcast (Feb. 19)

State Attorneys General across the nation demand President Joe Biden reactivate an ICE operation that targets sex offenders, Biden begs Americans to get vaccinated, and a White House Adviser speaks about why California and Florida share similar virus numbers amid completely different lockdown strategies.


US Marshals, ICE ‘Reevaluate’ Operations on Sex Offenders After Biden Deportation Freeze

The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are working to “reevaluate” enforcement operations on sex offenders after a recent executive order issued by President Joe Biden. “According to our Sex Offender Investigations Branch chief, the USMS is working with ICE to reevaluate upcoming enforcement operations to ensure compliance with recent Executive Orders…