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Man Wanted for Murder in Mexico Turned Over to Mexican Police Caught on Camera

Man Wanted for Murder in Mexico Turned Over to Mexican Police Caught on Camera

U.S. Border Patrol agents handing over deported Mexican national wanted for murder to Mexican authorities. Credit U.S. Border patrol.

U.S. Border Patrol agents handing over deported Mexican national wanted for murder to Mexican authorities. Credit U.S. Border patrol.

A Mexican national recently arrested in Santa Teresa, New Mexico was deported to Mexico for being wanted for murder.

Border Patrol agents who caught the man were alerted to the person’s outstanding warrant for homicide in Mexico.

Collaboration between the Santa Teresa Border Patrol Station, Foreign Operations Branch agents and authorities from the Government of Mexico confirmed the outstanding warrant and arranged the repatriation.

The 31-year-old Mexican national, wanted for murder in his native country, was turned over to Mexican authorities at an El Paso area border crossing.

Border Patrol Agents assigned to the El Paso Sector Foreign Operations Branch routinely work with officials from the Government of Mexico – it is a longstanding partnership and seamless relationship in our region – and one that I’m very proud to embrace,” said El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Gloria I. Chavez. “We will continue to work with our Mexican counterparts to repatriate wanted individuals across the border.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection welcomes assistance from the community.

Citizens are encouraged to report suspicious activity to the U.S. Border Patrol while remaining anonymous by calling 1-800-635-2509.

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