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U.S. Border Patrol Agents In Southern Arizona Arrest Sex Offender

July 20th 2012   ·   8 Comments

Yuma, Ariz. — U.S. Border Patrol agents from Yuma Sector arrested a sex offender July 17, when agents assigned to Andrade, Calif., apprehended an El Salvadoran national entering the country illegally.

Agents ran a records check through the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System and learned he had an extensive criminal history including rape, possession of a controlled substance, and was previously deported from the U.S. The man was processed for prosecution.

IAFIS is a valuable tool used by Border Patrol agents to rapidly identify individuals with criminal histories so they may be brought to an appropriate law enforcement resolution. By preventing dangerous individuals from entering the U.S., the Border Patrol continues to make significant progress toward establishing a secure and safe border environment while improving the quality of life for Arizona residents.

 

A version of this column originally appeared in www.cbp.gov.

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. Go get em. And be careful. Your our only he as napalanto sure doesn’t get it

  2. Warren Gale says:

    Keep up the good work; btw was it Clinton?

  3. Jean Tilden says:

    Our Border Agents are doing a terrific job even though they are hampered by the socialist/communist regime we now have in office in this Country. The Agents are doing their job of keeping us safe one hard step at a time all along our Borders with no help from the people who should be at their backs and not giving arms to those who then come back across our Borders to kill these same Agents and people living in the Border States.

  4. So now ICE will release him back into society to repeat his crimes.

  5. @Allen…Nice! I feel we should go old school and nail him by his balls on a tree so everyone can see him.

  6. Sex offenders are everywhere just not in Az





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