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Immigration agents arrested a native-born Latina citizen of the United States though she showed ID proving her citizenship and she was not suspected of committing a crime, then drove her 55 miles across a state line and after jailing her for hours put her on the street at night with no money and no way to get home, she claims in a federal complaint.

PENDLETON, Ore. — Immigration agents arrested a native-born Latina citizen of the United States though she showed ID proving her citizenship and she was not suspected of committing a crime, then drove her 55 miles across a state line and after jailing her for hours put her on the street at night with no money and no way to get home, she claims in a federal complaint.

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