Local January 3, 2014 | 8:30 am

U.S. deports 3,414 Dominicans in 2013, beats the 3,245 in 2012

Santo Domingo.- United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported 3,414 Dominicans in 2013 –including 62 women- after serving sentences in U.S. jails accused of various crimes, compared with the 3,245 escorted back in 2012.

The ex-convicts served sentences for drug trafficking , murder , assault, theft, forgery, fraud , rape , kidnapping, extortion, money laundering , arson, domestic violence and other federal crimes.

The returnees were brought to the country in 22 flights on planes leased by ICE , which landed at Las Americas Airport from the US.

Prior to arriving in Dominican Republic the aircraft also land in Central American countries to hand over the groups of deportes.

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