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Superintendent Lynne Kovash previously said "quite a few" of the students on the bus were black.RELATED:Attempts to reach Miller by phone were unsuccessful Tuesday.He was fired from his job as a driver for Red River Trails a company contracted to provide buses and drivers for the Moorhead School District Kovash said school officials met with all the students Monday Nov 28 apologized for what happened and let them know counseling is available "Whether they were misbehaving or not they should have never been dropped off like that" she saidAnother bus was immediately sent to pick up the students but many of them had already secured other rides Kovash said The incident was reported to the Minnesota Department of Education Clay County Social Services and the Moorhead Police Department she said No criminal charges are expectedKovash said school officials are not investigating the driver’s actions because he is not a district employee The district however is investigating the students’ behavior on the bus she saidThey gathered to pray and discuss ways to help Melvin Siu who was taken into custody Tuesday morning by agents with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement A native of Guatemala Siu has been living in the US for more than 16 years; the past 10 years in Willmar where he has been employed during this time at Jennie-O Turkey Store"Safety is one of our biggest worries” said Catalina Morales an organizer with ISAIAH a faith-based organization of over 100 congregations in Minnesota working on social justice issues It is working to help Siu Morales said that two of Siu’s relatives were recently murdered in Guatemala one just after he returned from the United States She said ISAIAH will plead for asylum for Siu due to the danger he facesSiu’s wife who asked not to be identified said she fears for her husband’s safety as well She and her husband are parents to two young children one seven months old and he is their sole provider She has no family in the area she said He also has two children from a previous marriageA co-worker called Siu’s wife about 11 am Tuesday to inform her that her husband had been taken into custodyShe said the sudden and unexpected loss of her husband has left her fearful and worried for her children"A little bit of everything a little bit of everything” she said through an interpreter when asked her emotions following his apprehension"I feel like I lost a son” said the Rev Jose Rivera pastor of the Living Hope Church during the prayer vigil Rivera said Siu has been a regular worshipper at the church and known for his faith support for his family and quiet waysRivera said he has never lost a member of the congregation like this before but he shares the fears for Siu’s safety He went to visit Siu in jail this week and his parishioner told him: "’If they deport me I will die”’ said Rivera The pastor said he knows of another man from an Illinois congregation who had been deported to Guatemala and murdered on the day he arrived"A nice man” said Jose Montoya a worshipper at the church of Siu Montoya was among those who had come to the vigil to learn what they could do to helpMorales said Siu has never committed any crimes but is undocumented He was taken into custody at his workplace on Tuesday transported first to Fort Snelling and then to the Sherburne County Jail where he remains according to information shared at the prayer vigil Morales said that after he was taken into custody he was shown a photo of a man he did not recognize He was told the man had been using his identityMorales said it wasn’t until Sunday that agents directly told Siu why he had been taken into custody They told him they had a deportation order issued 16 years ago and had been looking for himPastor Rivera said people who wish to help in the effort to obtain asylum for Siu can contact the church require a significant financial investment from parents who want their children to enjoy meaningful experiences over the summer vacation. college, The two companies have been fined €10m (£8. it means that they have been building the phones with the direct intention that they slow down over time, getting elected to the lower house in 1991, sort of Lutheran retreat/church/Bible camp on the east shore of Maple Lake," it says. sanctions).
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