NEW YORK – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) eliminated a Russian nationwide Thursday, wished in his residence nation for tried homicide, who was additionally convicted within the U.S. for his position in a $4.5 million wire fraud scheme.
ICE’s Enforcement Elimination Operations (ERO) officers escorted Stanislav Eduardovich Lisitskiy, 32, to Russia by way of an ICE Air Operation constitution flight, earlier than turning him over to Russian authorities at Sheremetyevo Worldwide Airport in Moscow.
Lisitskiy, who overstayed his nonimmigrant momentary customer visa in 2017, is needed by Russian authorities for a number of costs, together with tried homicide. In 2019, he was convicted within the Southern District of New York for conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a scheme that defrauded folks of greater than $4.5 million by on-line automobile gross sales.
Following completion of his jail time period, ICE took him into custody and started elimination proceedings in February 2020.
“I’m happy with the collaborative effort of ERO New York and our federal legislation enforcement companions who have been instrumental in eradicating this fugitive alien from america,” mentioned ERO New York Discipline Workplace Director Thomas R. Decker.
ICE focuses its enforcement sources on people who pose a risk to nationwide safety, public security and border safety. ICE deportation officers perform focused enforcement actions day by day in places across the nation as a part of the company’s ongoing efforts to guard the nation, uphold public security and defend the integrity of our immigration legal guidelines and border controls. These operations contain present, established Fugitive Operations Teams.
Since Oct. 1, 2009, ERO has eliminated greater than 1,700 overseas fugitives from america who have been sought of their native nations for critical crimes, together with kidnapping, rape and homicide. Members of the general public who’ve details about overseas fugitives are urged to contact ICE by calling the toll-free ICE tip line at 1-866-347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199. The general public may also file a tip on-line by finishing ICE’s online tip form.