ICE apprehends four in Park City operation
February 17, 2017
Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted an operation in Park City on Friday morning, apprehending four people, the Park City Police Department said.
Wade Carpenter, the police chief, said the operation lasted from 5 a.m. until 8 a.m. Carpenter did not have details, including the location, the nationalities of the people apprehended, their ages or their genders.
He said the Enforcement and Removal Operations section of Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted the operation. The four people were wanted on felony counts involving re-entering the country or unspecified other offenses, he said.
Police Department dispatchers were notified of the operation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement just prior to it starting, Carpenter said. He said the operation was not a raid or a roundup. It was completed without issues, he said.
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson declined to provide details of the operation, saying deportation officers conduct targeted enforcement daily.