An unlawful immigrant wished for “aggravated homicide” in Brazil with an Interpol “Red Notice” posted for his seize has been caught in Framingham.
Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Boston — the native ICE officers — say they’ve arrested Deann Pires de Mello.
Pires de Mello, 26, who had been beforehand encountered and positioned into elimination proceedings by U.S. Border Patrol close to Hidalgo, Texas, July 26, 2019, was arrested by the Framingham Police Department for unlicensed use of an vehicle on Sunday, the feds mentioned.
Pires de Mello was wished by Brazilian regulation enforcement authorities as a legal fugitive on a cost of aggravated murder within the province of Espirito Santo in Brazil.
ICE would mentioned particulars of the alleged slaying weren’t instantly obtainable.
The Herald did be taught Interpol put out a “Red Notice” — principally a warrant for arrest — on the suspect.
Framingham police known as within the arrest right here to the Boston ICE workplace.
“It is due to the committed, hard work of ERO officers, coupled with the critical assistance of our Brazilian law enforcement partners, that this criminal fugitive is off the streets of our community,” mentioned ERO Boston Field Office Director Todd Lyons.
He added: “We seek to ensure that Pires de Mello faces justice for these very serious charges. ICE remains committed to arresting criminal foreign fugitives who attempt to evade prosecution for crimes in their home country.”
Pires de Mello now faces deportation.
In fiscal yr 2022, ERO arrested 46,396 noncitizens with legal histories — from assault and intercourse offenses to homicide and kidnapping.