U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents served arrest warrants at 16 different car wash locations in the Phoenix area on Saturday, part of a two-year federal investigation on the Danny’s Family Car Wash chain that ICE officials say was committing alleged immigration fraud, identity theft and financial violations. Federal investigators interviewed 223 people, arrested 14 and took 30 into custody following the raids, which started at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, according to officials. ICE officials have stressed the raid targeted members of management and not workers. “They can call it whatever they want but to the immigrant community it’s as fearful and impactful as a raid,” Tania Unzueta, an organizer with the immigrant rights group National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), told Fusion. “Thirty people that have nothing to do with ICE’s criminal investigation are now in deportation proceedings.” ICE says those 30 people are high-priority cases that they will review.