A pregnant Turkish woman arrested in a raid in Dayton last week was put on 24-hour home detention lockdown Tuesday and her case will be transferred to United States Immigrations and Customs (ICE).
Fanisa Shaydullina, 26, who is six months pregnant, was aided by a Russian language interpreter.
Prosecutors told U.S. Magistrate Judge Sharon Ovington that Shaydullina has overstayed her visa by nearly two years and is in the country illegally.
The detention hearings of two other men arrested in the raid in the 200 block of Allen Street last Friday will be today. A U.S. Attorney spokesman said those men are Muzaffar Mirsoliyev, 28, and Mustafo Mirsoliyez, 51.
Charges against all three were not detailed in Tuesday’s hearing, but Montgomery County Jail records indicate Mustafo Mirsoliyev is being held on a charge of wire fraud, Muzaffar Mirsoliyev is being held on weapons violations and Shaydullina is being held on weapons violations and the ICE detainer.
Assistant public defender Art Mullins argued for Shaydullina’s release from federal criminal detention and put on an ICE detainer so that she would not have to “give birth in prison.” Mullins said Shaydullina had no criminal history, was not accused of a crime of violence and that her husband was seeking citizenship.
Prosecutors moved Tuesday afternoon to unseal the search warrant affidavit. U.S. assistant attorney Brent Tabacchi said computer forensics are being performed on a computer taken during the raid and that could lead to more charges for those arrested.
The affidavit was not available late Tuesday afternoon.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and United States attorneys have not revealed the nature of the investigation. Eyewitnesses said a weapon was seized from the house last Friday.
The FBI, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Dayton Bomb Squad were among the agencies believed to be searching 249 Allen Street.
According to property records, the house is owned by a Sakhadin K. Ilyasov. There are no federal cases involving anyone with that last name.