Jamaican on US ‘most wanted’ list for unlawful re-entry

Sunday, January 06, 2013

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WASHINGTON, USA (CMC) – United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has identified a Jamaican among 12 convicted felons on its “Most Wanted” list.

ICE said that Clive Dixon, 45, also known as “Rambo”, is wanted for “unlawful re-entry after removal.”

The immigration agency said that on or about October 2, 1991, Dixon was convicted of criminal possession of a loaded firearm in the third degree in Kings County (Brooklyn, New York) Supreme Court.

The ICE states that on April 5, 1993, Dixon was deported from the United States to Jamaica.
“At some point, he re-entered the United States,” and on July 27, 2010, “Dixon fled from ICE officers when they attempted to arrest him.

ICE warned the public not to attempt to apprehend him, stating that if they have any information about him to contact the local ICE office or call the national hotline as soon as possible.

The agency describes Dixon as dark-skinned, 5’ 8”, with brown eyes and black hair.
His last known location was Greensboro, North Carolina, or “possibly in Brooklyn.”




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