Luis Cordon-Guzman Wanted for Alleged Escape in New Jersey
ICE Press Release
NEWARK – A U.S. District Court issued a criminal warrant for the arrest of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainee who escaped from the Essex County Correctional Facility (ECCF) in Newark, New Jersey, Dec. 4.
Luis Cordon-Guzman, 31, a prior deportee and Guatemalan national, has multiple pending felony charges in Trenton, New Jersey, based on a March 16 arrest by local police. Following his arrest, ICE filed an immigration detainer with the Mercer County Correctional Facility (MCCF) in Trenton, and he was transferred to ICE custody and detained at the Essex County Correctional Facility on March 17. Cordon-Guzman was previously removed from the United States on April 24, 2019. He illegally reentered the U.S. on an unknown date and location, a felony under federal law.
“Make no mistake, ICE and our law enforcement partners will use every resource available to us to apprehend Cordon-Guzman,” said John Tsoukaris, field office director for ERO Newark. “The men and women of ICE are committed to the arrest and removal of criminal aliens like Cordon-Guzman who pose a threat to public safety.”
ICE and multiple law enforcement agencies are currently conducting an investigation to locate the subject.
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