Passengers board a Bay Area Rapid Transit train in Oakland, Calif., in 2013. BARTsent photos of 57,000 passenger license plates to a database accessible by federal immigration agents despite a “sanctuary” policy forbidding it. The agency calls it an accident.
Passengers board a Bay Area Rapid Transit train in Oakland, Calif., in 2013. BARTsent photos of 57,000 passenger license plates to a database accessible by federal immigration agents despite a “sanctuary” policy forbidding it. The agency calls it an accident. Ben Margot The Associated Press file
Passengers board a Bay Area Rapid Transit train in Oakland, Calif., in 2013. BARTsent photos of 57,000 passenger license plates to a database accessible by federal immigration agents despite a “sanctuary” policy forbidding it. The agency calls it an accident. Ben Margot The Associated Press file

Bay Area transit agency sent 57,000 license plates to ICE despite ‘sanctuary’ policy

September 13, 2018 07:54 AM