Category: Immigration

REPORT: Illegal immigrant accused of killing 16-year-old Monmouth County girl

LONG BRANCH , NJ – A native of Guatemala living in the United States illegally stands accused of crimes including the first degree murder of a 16-year-old girl. Prosecutors say the Saturday killing in Long Branch was perpetrated by stabbing. Click Read More

REPORT: Leaders of activist Montclair church scrutinized by Save Jersey plead guilty following Lance sit-in

MONTCLAIR, NJ — NorthJersey.com reported on Wednesday that “[f]ive activists, including three Montclair house of worship leaders, pleaded guilty in connection to a sit-in at U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance’s Westfield office earlier this year”; two of the defendants hail from Read More

REPORT: Suspected Long Branch killer is allegedly undocumented

LONG BRANCH, N.J. — A brutal slaying in Long Branch (Monmouth County) was allegedly perpetrated by a man who is present in the United States on an expired visa. According to prosecutors, Miguel Leal Camara, age 40, is “charged with first Read More

This N.J. county is losing federal money because Murphy wants to fight ICE

BAYONNE, NJ — Hudson County was supposed to receive $237,449 in grant money for Bayonne police department body cameras as well as other security-related programs throughout the Northeastern Jersey county.  The catch? (1) Federal agents would get access to the county jail Read More

Democrats hate ICE but have no idea what it does

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Democrats including New Jersey’s leftist federal legislators are stepping up their criticism of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and its immigration enforcement efforts ahead of this fall’s midterm elections, Save Jerseyans, but many of their criticism see less Read More

Webber joins sheriffs to condemn Sherrill’s association with anti-ICE radicals

WHIPPANY, N.J. – Almost 200 Democrats refused to take a stand against the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the U.S. of House of Representatives this week. This November’s upcoming midterm elections could decide the agency’s fate moving forward. On Monday, Read More