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Tuesday, June 18, 2024
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Criminal Aliens Identified by Border Patrol in the RGV

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L-R: Jose Angel RAMOS-Martinez, Nelsi Yolanis VELASQUEZ-Rivas, and Eduardo MURO-Plascencia

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EDINBURG, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector arrested a convicted murderer and three sex offenders in the last several days.

On Wednesday afternoon, Rio Grande City agents working near Roma, Texas, arrested a Mexican national after he entered the United States illegally. During processing, agents discovered the man had a previous arrest in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio Police Department charged the man with Capital Murder (homicide). The subject was subsequently convicted on the Capital Murder charge and sentenced to 20 years confinement. 

On Friday, McAllen agents working near Sullivan City, Texas, arrested a Mexican national later identified as Ruben MURO-Plascencia.  During processing, record checks revealed an arrest in the state of Michigan for criminal sexual conduct in the 2nd degree. The presiding judge sentenced MURO-Plascencia to 270 days confinement and five years probation.

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Early Saturday morning, Falfurrias agents arrested a Mexican national later identified as Jose Angel RAMOS-Martinez attempting to circumvent the immigration checkpoint. During processing, record checks revealed an arrest and conviction for indecency with a child by sexual contact. RAMOS-Martinez was sentenced to two years confinement.

That same day, Brownsville agents apprehended multiple subjects after entering the United States illegally. During processing, record checks for the Mexican national later identified as Nelsi Yolanis VELASQUEZ-Rivas revealed an arrest by the Houston Police Department (HPD). HPD charged her with two counts of compelling prostitution – minor. The presiding judge sentenced VELASQUEZ-Rivas to 10 years confinement.

The public is encouraged to take a stand against crime in their communities and to help save lives by reporting suspicious activity at 800-863-9382. 

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