Sheriff's stance on immigration scares patrons
HAMILTON -- Two local Hispanic business owners faced off with Butler County officials Monday, asking for the sheriff's office to publicly dispel local concerns about immigrant profiling so their patrons may return. County officials have taken a no-tolerance stance on illegal immigration. Leading the pack, Sheriff Richard K. Jones took the first steps in December to gain long-sought federal immigration law enforcement powers. The office is still working with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to define the scope of the sheriff's authority, Chief Deputy Anthony Dwyer said. Fear about how Jones and his deputies will use their new authority, though, has cut into business, said Angel Guerrero, owner of Casa Guerrero at 725 East Ave. Guerrero's business is in the heart of a neighborhood here with a dense Hispanic population.Say it with me boys and girls...ENFORCEMENT WORKS!
EVERY! SINGLE! TIME!
H/T immigration news daily
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