Federal immigration officials say they arrested a Honduran woman Monday at their Baltimore office who supporters say had sought to stay in the United States.
Maria Marta Rodriguez, 53, of New Carrollton, had come to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office for a check-in, according to advocates familiar with her case.
ICE officials said Rodriguez had been issued an order of removal on Feb. 15, 2006, and since 2009 had been on supervision requiring her to attend regular check-in meetings. On May 10, she attended a check-in but had not purchased a plane ticket to Honduras — a condition that officials previously set.
Officials granted her two months before her...