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Houlton Sector Border Patrol Checkpoint Nets ICE Fugitive

Release Date: 
June 21, 2018

MATTAMISCONTIS, Maine — U.S. Border Patrol Agents from the Houlton Station operating an immigration checkpoint on Interstate 95 in Mattamiscontis township, Maine arrested a fugitive criminal alien Wednesday wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Houlton Border Patrol Sector checkpoint in Maine. (file photo)The Haitian national had an outstanding order of deportation issued out of Florida from December 2007. The subject has an extensive criminal history to include arrests for cocaine possession, possession of concealed firearm, and resisting an officer.  He also is the subject of a current protection order out of Lee County, Fla.  The subject will be turned over to ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations.

“This apprehension of a fugitive criminal alien highlights the importance and value of Border Patrol immigration checkpoints to enforce our nation’s laws, including immigration laws,” said Patrol Agent in Charge Brent Conley, Houlton Border Patrol Station.

For more on Customs and Border Protection’s mission at our nation’s ports of entry with CBP officers and along U.S. borders with Border Patrol agents, please visit the Border Security section of the CBP website.

Last modified: 
June 21, 2018