“Even with the difficulties of working in a ‘sanctuary’ city, ICE will not allow violent criminals to seek refuge from prosecution within our borders,” said Thomas R. Decker, field office director for ERO New York. “This arrest is another example of ERO’s dedication to finding these criminals and removing them from our city. Pryce will soon have to answer to charges in his home country.”
In Aug. 2017, ERO Headquarters, in Washington D.C. advised ERO New York that Pryce may be living in the New York City metropolitan area. On Nov. 22, 2017, Pryce was arrested by ERO deportation officers in Bronx, New York, on immigration charges. He was issued a Notice to Appear before an immigration judge and is currently in ICE custody pending removal proceedings.