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Teen's future uncertain after ICE raid in Sandusky

Posted at 7:05 PM, Jul 19, 2018

Fatigued from a 70-hour work week, Jimmy Rodriguez agreed to speak with News 5 about the day he and his father were caught in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid.

Jimmy, 17, was working alongside his father at Corso's Flower and Gardening Center the day of the raid. It was a summer job for him, but now it's the only source of income for his family of five. He's been holding onto his college savings hoping to bail his father out, who is sitting in a Youngstown jail awaiting a bond hearing.