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A Dominican national wanted for murder charges was removed Tuesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers. Martires Molvan-Figeureo, 54, was escorted by ERO officers on a charter flight to Louisiana, where he then boarded a flight to the Dominican Republic, where he was turned over to local authorities.  He entered the United States legally, but failed to depart the U.S. as required ICE reported.

A Jamaican man was also listed as being among more than 40 persons picked up by ICE agents this week. Immigration crackdowns have increased in the states of California and New York since President Donald Trump signed an executive order on immigration last week.

The daughter of Reggae singer, Anthony Cruz, was shot dead in Sunrise, Florida on Monday. 15-year-old Shanice Smith and her 40-year-old mother were gunned down by an enraged man, who is identified as Montego Bay, Jamaica native, 32-year-old Kevin Nelson. Nelson surrendered peacefully to police after a five-hour standoff after which the bodies of the two females were found inside an apartment where they lived. News of his daughter’s demise hit the singer hard and he made several emotional posts on social media expressing his grief.

Jamaica’s security minister, Robert Montague, has rubbished reports on social media that persons in that island are being murdered to fuel an alleged organ harvesting scheme. These social media posts are accompanied with pictures of victims. Montague said investigations by the police have established that images of the deceased persons are not those of persons who were victims of the alleged crimes.

According to Minister Montague, not a single case of any deceased person appearing with missing organs has been reported to the police or examined by the Institute of Forensic Science and Legal Medicine.

And in sports….

The world’s fastest man Usain Bolt has joined Roger Federer as a four-time winner of the Laureus Sportsman of the Year Award.

The Jamaican enjoyed a stellar Rio Olympics, winning three more gold medals as he continued to blaze a trail of glory last year.

Novak Djokovic (three), Tiger Woods (two) and Michael Schumacher (two) are the only others to win the award multiple times.

The weather forecast reads

In Broward County it will be mostly sunny with a high of 86 degrees and a low of 61. It will be partly cloudy with a high of 85 in Miami-Dade County while in Palm Beach County it will be partly cloudy with a high of 87.

Now here’s what trending

Crops in several states have been left to rot in the fields as farm hands have gone into hiding in fear of a heightened immigration crackdown targeting undocumented immigrants. Farms in states of Georgia, Colorado and California have been hit the hardest.

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