Officials on Tuesday said Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 35 people as part of an operation targeting families with deportation. Of those 35 arrested, 18 were members of families with court-ordered removal orders targeted by the operation and 17 were collateral arrests of people found during enforcement actions, ICE Acting Director Matthew Albence said during a news teleconference Tuesday morning.

Albence declined to say when the arrests took place and would not name the cities where they occurred, but said they happened “nationwide in various locations.” In a separate operation, called Operation Cross Check, 899 people with final orders of removal were arrested between May 13 and July 11, Albence said. Of those, 605 were convicted of crimes and 93 had pending criminal charges, he said.

Immigration Operation Touted by Trump Nets 35 Arrests