He National Migration Service indicated through a statement that the Chilean authorities expelled from the country 27 Colombians and 3 Haitians who were serving a sentence of less than 5 years for various crimes.
The 30 people with Colombian and Haitian nationalities were deported on a Chilean Air Force (Fach) flight, guarded by thirty police officers, bound for Port-au-Prince and Bogotá, by a judicial resolution.
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All those expelled had a criminal history in Chilean territory: “They were serving sentences of less than five years and one day, for various crimes such as robbery with violence, robbery with intimidation, frustrated homicide and drug trafficking, among others,” indicates the statement of the expulsion, which took place on October 4.
Within the group of people was an individual who had been detained when entered the Chilean country from Bolivia with 11 kilos of marijuana, A man who had been arrested in May 2021 in Santiago for having shot at least 3 times at another person, causing serious injuries, also stands out.
In addition, two foreigners were expelled because in December 2022 they had been placed under arrest in Iquique, in the north of Santiago, having beaten two people to steal their belongings.
Over the course of this year, Chile, located at the southern tip of South America, has carried out 640 expulsions, 192 administrative and 448 judicial, These have been carried out through Air Force planes or on commercial flights and at the Chilean land borders.