Ohio Sheriff Gets Immigration Enforcement Powers
December 14, 2006
An Ohio sheriff known for his activism against illegal immigrants said his office has been approved for a federal program that provides local authorities some immigration enforcement powers.
Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said his agency likely will be the first in the Midwest in the partnership program, which would allow deputies to detain illegal immigrants they encounter through arrests for other crimes or investigation.
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