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: ImmigrationReform.com: 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 https://www.heraldsun.com/news/local/article223117890.html
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 https://www.blueridgenow.com/news/20181203/commissioners-hear-support-for-287g-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. https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nc/charlotte/news/2018/12/08/ice--sheriff-s-office-share-rebuttals-over-mcfadden-ending-287g-
December 7, 2018: Sheriff McFadden begins tenure by ending ICE's 287(g) program in Mecklenburg County https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/sheriff-mcfadden-begins-tenure-by-ending-ices-287-g-program-in-mecklenburg-county/883744300
November 27, 2018 Think it can't happen here ... First day on the job and NC sheriff end county agreement with ICE https://www.foxcarolina.com/news/north_carolina/north-carolina-sheriff-ends-county-s-agreement-with-ice/article_b7d23eb8-99ba-517a-894f-f8dd4cfeefcc.html