​ICE: MS-13 gang member deported after being caught in Colorado

Article subtitle: 
​A known MS-13 gang member was apprehended in Eagle County before being deported, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Article CAIRCO note: 
​It cost​s​ ​​$133.99 ​per day, per adult inmate in ICE detention
Article author: 
​Jacob Rodriguez
Article publisher: 
9 News
Article date: 
21 February 2019
Article category: 
Colorado News
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​ ​​An MS-13 member wanted for aggravated extortion was caught in Colorado this month by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a news release from the Department of Homeland Security.

Oscar Antonio Rosas-Alas, 23, of El Salvador was deported Wednesday after being arrested without incident in Eagle County in March 2018, DHS said.

Rosas-Alas was wanted on an Interpol warrant and was described as being armed and dangerous, an escape risk and having violent tendencies, DHS said. He is associated with the Mara Salvatrucha gang, more commonly known as MS-13, according to DHS.

He remained in federal custody from March 19, 2018, until he was deported on Feb. 20.

According to DHS, Rosas-Alas is believed to have entered the U.S. illegally near McAllen, Texas in 2016. He then made his way to Colorado ...

CAIRCO Research

 ICE- FY 2018 budget, costs ​​$133.99 a day to maintain one adult detention bed