Kent resident awaits word on deportation

Tino Santiago, shown in this photo at his job at Kingsley Tavern in Kent, will find out May 3 if he will be deported to Mexico. Photo submitted

KENT — Immigration has been a topic of much media coverage in our current political climate. There are stories of people in far away states that are crossing borders, held in crowded detention centers, tracked down by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).  

One might not expect that a national issue will hit close to home, but home it has come. 

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