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Biden Admin-Released Migrant Crime Wave Sweeping Sanctuary Cities

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Sanctuary cities and their suburbs are experiencing a surge in crime from migrants released by the Biden administration after illegally crossing the border.

Police in Chicago and New York City have reported significant increases in crime related to migrants relocated to their cities.

The incidents include felony arrests and theft activities, with an 11,000 percent increase in the arrest of Venezuelan migrants in Chicago.

“I believe that six felony arrests in one day illustrates that migrant criminal activity is a real problem,” Oak Brook Police Chief Brian Strokis said.

“The amount of these types of arrests that we have had in the last couple of months is significant and would be taxing for any police department. We are well prepared to continue our enforcement efforts and I can assure you that there are easier places to commit these crimes than Oak Brook or DuPage County.”

“The video released last night capturing the assault of two NYPD officers by a group of illegal migrants in Times Square is infuriating and a horrifying example of why Mayor Adams needs to stop misinterpreting ‘Right to Shelter’ and put an end to our city’s migrant crisis once and for all,” New York State Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis wrote.

“As migrants continue to commit crimes all over our city, including murder, stabbings, robberies, prostitution and assault, the city is refusing to cooperate with federal detainer and deportation requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Republicans, Democrats & Independents should, at the very least, be able to agree that migrants who assault our police or commit crimes in our country should be deported immediately and have any future immigration application denied.”

“We have a hard enough time going after actual New Yorkers committing crime. Now we have to deal with a whole different subset of people who arrive here with no means of support, no legal means of working or opportunity,” an NYPD officer stated.

New York City is currently housing more than 67,000 migrants in hotels out of the over 172,000 migrants transported to the city since the spring of 2022, causing concerns about crime and law enforcement challenges.

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