According to a report from, “A pizza parlor owner is facing a federal criminal charge and most of his workforce could be deported to Brazil after a Friday night raid on his restaurants by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

The article said, “ICE agents say Glenio Silva, 38, a legal immigrant from Brazil, harbored a workforce of undocumented Brazilian employees at his two restaurants in San Francisco and downtown Hayward.”

According to the report, “The Fremont resident was released on $75,000 bail Monday and went back to work Tuesday at the Pizza House — his Hayward restaurant. But several of his workers, including a recent high school student, remain jailed and likely will be deported. Others are still being sought, said ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice.”

“What they did is not right,”Silva said Tuesday, according to the article, as his remaining workforce described how armed agents charged into the B Street storefront at about 6:30 p.m. Friday. “This is going to change many people’s lives.”

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