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Immigration Agents Arrest Man Accused of Booting Ambulance

Ahmed Maloum Sidi Aleywa, 33, was taken into custody by ICE agents for violating federal immigration law


 
 

Brendan McCarthy, WWLTV.com | | Monday, December 10, 2012


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NEW ORLEANS -- The Mid-City convenience store employee who last week put a parking boot on an in-service ambulance was arrested late Tuesday for violating federal immigration law.

Ahmed Maloum Sidi Aleywa, a 33-year-old Mauritanian national, was taken into custody last night by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, according to ICE spokesman Bryan Cox.

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