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ICE Boston arrests Salvadoran citizen in Bristol County after being charged with indecent assault and battery of a minor and statutory rape



Photo courtesy of ERO Boston

BOSTON — Enforcement and Removal Operations Boston arrested an unlawfully present citizen of El Salvador on June 29. The Salvadoran citizen, who was charged locally with indecent assault and battery of a minor and statutory rape, was arrested without incident on immigration violations.

The 65-year-old native of the Cuscatlan province of El Salvador unlawfully entered the United States at an unknown location in 2010 and did not seek legal status in the country. The Bristol County Superior Court released the accused foreign national on pretrial conditions following his arraignment on charges of statutory rape and indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 in August 2021. ERO Boston will seek his removal pending the outcome of the local criminal charges he faces.

“ERO Boston takes our mission to protect the public safety very seriously,” said ERO Boston Field Office Director Todd Lyons. “This includes cases when unlawfully present foreign nationals who pose a threat to the safety of communities are charged with serious felonies but are released by local courts to the streets. ERO Boston can and will apprehend these threats to public safety and carry out the mission we are charged with.”

ICE did not release the name of the suspect.



  1. Fed Up

    July 10, 2023 at 1:38 pm

    Paging The ” honorable ” Judge Shelley Joseph and the ” no boarders ” crowd.

  2. Texhole

    July 11, 2023 at 5:11 am

    How’s that sanctuary safe place working out for ya’ll up in Taxachusetts? Don’t worry we’ll keep sending them to you, thank your woke leaders. I get disappointed every time I head up to MA to visit family and see where I spent most of my life. Such a beautiful state with good people being failed time and time again by inept leadership. The grass is greener, more red, down south.

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