Ice Custody: Wake County and Deportation Proceedings
ice custody: Jimenez was convicted Jan. 5 in Wake County, North Carolina, of stealing a vehicle, according to Metro News. He was turned over to ICE on March 2 after his release from local law enforcement custody and was in deportation proceedings. He was pronounced dead at a hospital in Americus at 2 15 a.m.ICE says the preliminary cause of death was ruled self-inflicted strangulation. Jimenez is the seventh person to die while in ICE custody in fiscal year 2017. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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