Los Angeles Times-
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrested 46 people around San Diego County over a month-long operation that took place across the country.
The agency said Tuesday that the nationwide operation, which ran from mid-July until mid-August, targeted people who had been arrested, charged with or convicted of crimes that involve harming other people. According to statistics published by the agency, those crimes included assault, domestic violence and homicide as well as hit and run, robbery and identity theft.
ICE said its officers arrested people in several cities around the county — San Diego, San Marcos, Escondido, Vista, National City, Oceanside, El Cajon and Encinitas.