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Case 1:07-cr-00162-JJF n Filed 11/06/2007 Page 1 of 3
2/93) C·riminal Cornplaintbl gm ED
United States District Court
- DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v. I
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COLLIN ROMEO COLE Criminal Complaint
CASE NUMBER: 07-$2}*7 IY] r
_ I, the undersigned complainant, being duly swom, state the following is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief. On or about November 2, 2007 in New Castle County, in the District of Delaware,
defendant committed the offense of re—entry after deportation, in violation of Title 8 United States Code, Section(s)
1326{al and {blt2) .
I further state that I am a(n) Deportation Officer, United States Imrniggation and Customs Enforcement and that
this complaint is based onsthe following facts:
See attached Affidavit
Cmitinued on the attached sheet and made 3 peri heyeef; Yes ` I ·
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David IV Savi .
Deportation Officer, U.S. Immigration and Customs
· · Enforcement ·
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence,
I F I L E D
November 6, 2007 __ at Wilmin ton DE I .__» pm] I
Date City and State U I ` I
LIS. DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT DF DELAWARE
Honorable Mary Pat Thynge
United States Magistrate Judge I
Name & Title of Judicial Officer Signature 0fI c' l Officer

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA )
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Plaintiff, )
v. ) Case N0. 07-
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COLLIN ROMEO COLE, )
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Defendant. )
AFFIDAVIT IN SUPPORT OF CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
I, David W. Savina, being duly sworn, depose and say:
· 1. I am a Deportation Officer with the Department of Immigration & Customs Enforcement
("ICE"), a branch ofthe United States Department of Homeland Security ("DHS"), at the ICE office
located in Dover, Delaware. I have been employed as a Deportation Officer since September 14,
1998, when the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service ("1NS"), ICE’s predecessor
agency, employed me. The INS became known as ICE in March 2003, when it was transferred to d
DHS’s jurisdiction.
2. This investigation is based upon information provided in DHS/ICE records, National Crime
Information Center (“NCIC") records, Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI") records, and by my
own observations and interviews. ~
3. On or about November 1, 2007, the ICE Dover office received notification from the Howard
R. Young Correctional Facility ("the Facility") in Wilmington, Delaware that a possible illegal alien
was incarcerated at the facility. ICE database and NCIC record checks were conducted that indicated
that the subject, Collin Romeo COLE, was a possible illegal alien from Jamaica.
4. On November 2, 2007, your affiant interviewed COLE at the Facility. Once advised of his
rights pursuant to Miranda v. Arizona, COLE‘signed a written waiver of his rights and agreed to
> speak with your affiant. The subject stated that his true and correct name is Collin Romeo COLE,
that he was born on . in Jamaica and that he is a citizen of Jamaica. He stated that he
had been deported from the United States on April 28, 2005 and that he had re-entered the United
States, without inspection or parole by an immigration officer, on or about May 15, 2007, at an
unknown location. COLE stated that he knew he had re-entered the United States illegally and that
he had not obtained the permission of the Attorney General of the United States or of the
Undersecretary for Border and Transportation Security of the DHS before doing so.

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5. Your affiant has reviewed DHS/ICE alien database records and COLE’s ICE alien file, which
indicate that COLE was in fact born on in Jamaica and that he originally entered the
United States without inspection on or about March 10, 1990. Those records confinned that COLE
was deported from the United States to Jamaica on April 28, 2005 and they contain no indication that
he had obtained permission from the United States government to re—enter the country in May 2007.
6. Your affiant queried the subject’s fingerprints in an automated system and compared those
fingerprints to COLE’s fingerprints when he was deported in April 2005. The comparison was a
match.
WHEREFORE, your affiant avers that there is probable cause to believe that Collin Romeo
COLE, a citizen and alien of Jamaica, was deported by ICE to Jamaica on April 8, 2005, that he
was found in the United States in November 2007 and that prior to his re—emb kation at a place
outside the United States, neither the Undersecretary for Border and Transport on Security of the
DHS nor the Attorney General of the United States had expressly consente to such alien’s re-
applying for admission, in violation of Title 8, United States Code, Sectip ns 326(a) and (b)(2).
David W. avina U
Deportation Officer J .,
U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement
Subscribed and worn to before me this é day of November 2007.
9 I
’ rab Mary Pat
•. 3 tates Magistrate Judge ‘
District of Delaware
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