The United States and Mexico announced 10 new criminal targets for their âSe Busca InformaciÃ³nâ initiative at a press conference at the El Paso Texas Army National Guard Building on July 12.
The Se Busca InformaciÃ³n initiative, which means to seek information in English, identifies 10 people associated with transnational criminal organizations wanted for crimes ranging from human trafficking to murder by US law enforcement and Mexican. Nine of the top 10 individuals were nominated by the government of Mexico and one of the individuals (Target # 2) was nominated by the United States Border Patrol on suspicion of organizing an elaborate trafficking ring. Human being. Seven of the wanted individuals have an active homicide warrant (target # 4-10), two of the wanted individuals are wanted for drug and firearms crimes (target # 1 and 3).
The âSe Busca InformaciÃ³nâ initiative promotes unity at the border and encourages the public on both sides of the border to anonymously report information about Mexican nationals who are wanted criminals. Telephone lines are open 24 hours a day and calls are routed directly to intelligence centers in local border patrol areas.
The United States and Mexico agree that the âSe Busca InformaciÃ³nâ initiative is in the best interests of both countries as a means of pursuing a more secure and secure border.
Photos of the 10 wanted are placed on posters, leaflets and billboards. This signage is located on the United States and Mexico side of the border for the public. In Mexico, they are mostly displayed on newsletters and billboards along city streets and on posters in convenience stores. In the United States, posters will be displayed at United States Border Patrol posts, immigration checkpoints and international entry points in the El Paso and New Mexico border areas.
People with information on these criminals can report this information confidentially to law enforcement via 1-800-635-2509 or 915-314-8194, where voicemail, text, or platform applications. – messaging form such as “WhatsApp” can be used. .
âIt is crucial that we engage with our community on both sides of the border to enlist their assistance in obtaining more information on these wanted criminals. By increasing public awareness through the ‘Se Busca InformaciÃ³n’ initiative, we are increasing our ability to apprehend these perpetrators, which makes our border community safer and more secure, âsaid Chief Gloria I. Chavez, Patrol Officer in head of the US border patrol for the El Paso area. .
There are currently five US border patrol sectors along the southwest border that support this binational initiative; El Paso, the Rio Grande Valley, Laredo, Del Rio and Big Bend.
It is important to note that an arrest or a criminal complaint is only a charge and should not be taken as proof of guilt. Subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court.
US Customs and Border Protection welcomes assistance from the community. Citizens are encouraged to report any suspicious activity to the US Border Patrol while remaining anonymous by calling 1-800-635-2509.
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