WASHINGTON, D.C., Apr 28, 2006 – A 35-year-old Jamaican national has continued to elude U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents since 2001 and remains one of 12 fugitives most wanted by the agency.
Robert Anthony Walker, of St. James, Jamaica, is wanted by USICE on international drug smuggling charges. Federal officials allege he is responsible for the importation of at least 100 kilograms of cocaine, smuggled from Jamaica and distributed to central and southern Florida over a three-year period.
In February, 2001, Walker, who also goes by the names of Ralph Newman, Colin James, Preston and Rusty, was indicted in the Middle District of Florida March 13, 2001, charged with conspiracy to import cocaine. A federal arrest warrant was issued for his arrest. His last known address was 4760 NW 24th Court #B116, Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. ICE officials say they believe the 6’ 1”, 225-pound Walker is armed and dangerous. He is the lone Caribbean national of the ICE fugitives list.
Meanwhile, Calvin Anthony Inswood is the lone Jamaican on the ICE ‘Most Wanted Fugitive Criminal Aliens’ list. Inswood is one of 15 other migrants sought by USICE officials and who are being featured prominently on their website. The 44-year-old greencard holder was convicted on assault; weapon offenses, trespassing and disorderly conduct charges, all offenses deportable under U.S. immigration laws.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the above fugitive aliens are asked to contact the United States Immigration And Custom Enforcement at 1-866-DHS-2ICE (1-866-347-2423). Julie L. Myers, Assistant Secretary for U.S. ICE, insisted last week, “ICE is out in full force to keep our communities safe by removing dangerous criminal aliens from our streets. Criminal aliens have a very high rate of recidivism and often re-victimize the community in which they reside. By finding and removing these criminals, we are able to greatly enhance public safety, while restoring integrity to our nation’s immigration system.” (Hardbeatnews.com)