The identity of those arrested were not disclosed in the release.
The Jamaicans were among 30 Caribbean nationals nabbed in the operation. They include one person from St. Lucia, one from Anguilla, three from Cuba, 14 from the Dominican Republic, two from Guyana, three from Haiti, and three from Trinidad and Tobago.
ICE said Caribbean detainees include a 23-year-old Anguillan national who is a member of the Bloods gang; a 24-year-old Jamaican national who has convictions of endangering the welfare of a child and lewdness; a 32-year-old Dominican national who has convictions of possession of cocaine, domestic violence assault, and trespassing; and a 54-year-old Dominican national who has convictions for kidnapping and aggravated assault.
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