Immigration agents round up 84 in Oregon, Washington, Alaska

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"No one here wants our communities made more risky but with the edicts of the president and ICE, that's exactly what will happen", de León said.

Immigration authorities say agents rounded up 84 people — including 60 with criminal records — during a three-day operation in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. DuBois said her critics were responding to an "unintended controversy".

He also said they did not go after people "on school grounds, in churches, in high schools" to which a lot of people yelled, "Lies".

ICE officials called her post reckless as well as misinformed, since they had no sweep planned for Brockton.

Groups that provide guidance and other services to immigrants had mixed feelings about DuBois' post, with some calling it detrimental and others praising her.

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"Fox and Friends" reported that DuBois was confronted about her statements by a MA reporter, and was accused of "fear mongering" and "spreading a rumor".

School districts around the country have passed similar measures in the wake of President Donald Trump's stepped-up enforcement of US immigration laws aimed at deporting vast numbers of undocumented immigrants.

During his presentation Jones, who was interrupted by several individual jeers, stressed that the Sacramento Sheriff's Department does not conduct immigration raids and does not act as ICE agents. Fatima sobbed from the back seat as her father, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico who has lived in the United States for more than 25 years, was put in handcuffs and taken away.

Just hours after the lawmaker's post, Massachusetts Sheriff Thomas Hodgson - who oversees Bristol County, directly west of DuBois's Plymouth County - told the House Subcommittee on Illegal Immigration that actions like DuBois's are actively "undermining" law enforcement.

Eva Millona, the executive director of a Boston-based umbrella organization that is the largest in New England serving immigrants and refugees, says DuBois' actions were irresponsible and only serve to intensify the anxiety among immigrants over tougher enforcement. That view was supported by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions who on Monday urged "states and local jurisdictions to comply" with federal immigration laws.

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"I've been hearing from families nonstop, and they're concerned about what's going on with immigration", Guzman said.

"Why are you harassing me?"

WND requested comment from DuBois but hadn't received a reply at the time of this report.

De León pressed Homan about reports of a woman arrested at a courthouse as she sought a restraining order for an abusive husband.

DuBois said she received a tip-off about the "raid" from a friend in the Latino community. Governor Brown said Thursday she stands behind Oregon's status as a sanctuary state but will continue to comply with federal laws.

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