A Charlotte-area sheriff, Mecklenburg County’s Jim Pendergraph, has seen a tremendous success rate after implementing an illegal immigration enforcement program in cooperation with the federal government. Over a seven-month period his deputies have identified 930 aliens among arrestees in his jail population, causing a space problem. Of those, 128 have already been deported and the remainder of them are in process to be shipped out.
But it looks like that tremendous success isn’t enough to get Congress and the president to increase their (financial) support for these local immigration enforcement programs. Too bad, because there are a lot of interested local police who want to be part of it.
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