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Sanctuary city slip-ups as LA released arsonist, Philadelphia released murder suspect

Sanctuary city slip-ups as LA released arsonist, Philadelphia released murder suspect | 20 March 2017 | Homeland Security officials have identified 118 different sanctuary cities across the U.S., according to the first edition of President Trump's new name-and-shame policy, released Monday, that suggested Clark County in Nevada and Nassau County in New York were likely the worst offenders in the first week. During that period, from Jan, 28 through Feb. 3, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it became aware of some 206 illegal immigrants whom sanctuaries refused to turn over. ICE said it expects that number to grow as it learns of more names. Los Angeles refused to turn over a convicted arsonist from Mexico, while Philadelphia balked at cooperating on a Jamaican man accused of murder.