Articles: 287g and ICE

February 15, 2019:  News and Record Alamance commissioners sign off on ICE, Marshals contracts " GRAHAM — The Alamance County Board of Commissioners cast two 5–0 votes to approve $2.8 million in contracts to hold inmates in the county jail for the U.S. Marshals Service and, controversially, Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ..."

“I’m proud to do what I feel like I have to do as a commissioner and a citizen of this country, you know, to execute the laws of this nation,” Commissioner Tim Sutton said.

January 31, 2019:  Suspected MS-13 Member, 2 Other Illegal Aliens Arrested In North Carolina Meth Bust

December 14th:  Herald Sun:  11 released from Durham jail after sheriff ends policy of honoring immigration holds

December 10th, 2018:  Ending 287G does not end Fed Footprint in your county.  If anything, it will increase Fed presence. USA Today:  Feds targeting more worksites crack down on undocumented workers – but not their employers

December 3, 2019: Commissioners hear support for 287(g) program; Thompson honored

December 8th:  Thursday, ICE responded with a statement to McFadden ending 287G  stating that Charlotte should expect a more visible presence from the agency in the city.

December 7, 2018: Sheriff McFadden begins tenure by ending ICE's 287(g) program in Mecklenburg County

November 27, 2018 Think it can't happen here ... First day on the job and NC sheriff end county agreement with ICE