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US authorities hand over 7 Mexicans with outstanding warrants

Mexico City, Mexico — The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico reported the arrest of seven people that have been handed over by US authorities.

Members of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) completed seven arrest warrants against six men and one woman who were handed over to Mexico after deportation from the United States.

Members of the AIC say they have arrested Gregorio H who is wanted in Unión de Tula, Jalisco for his probable responsibility in the crime of homicide. Gregorio was arrested in Palmdale, California and delivered by the International Bridge, El Chaparra, which connects the cities of Tijuana, Baja California and San Ysidro, California.

Jorge C was taken into custody in compliance with an order issued by the Judicial District of Hidalgo for the crime of qualified homicide. He was arrested in Los Angeles, California.

Samuel G was wanted in Tijuana, Baja California for his probable responsibility in the commission of the crimes of aggravated rape, sexual abuse of minors under 14 and aggravated incapacitation and corruption of minors. He was arrested in San Diego, California.

For his probable responsibility in the commission of the crime of qualified homicide and robbery with violence, Galdino G was arrested in compliance with the arrest warrant issued against him by a judge of Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca. He was discovered in the state of Washington and delivered to Mexican authorities via the International Bridge Lerdo that links El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

Martha C was detained and deported after US authorities found an outstanding arrest warrant for her in the district of Benito Juárez in the state of Chihuahua. She was wanted for her probable responsibility in the commission of the crime of homicide. Martha was arrested in Colorado and was also handed over to Mexican authorities by the International Bridge Lerdo.

Insured in Nogales, Arizona, Gabriel R was delivered via the border crossing of De Concini, which connects Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora. He was arrested for an outstanding warrant in Morelos, Chihuahua for drug related offenses.

Fermín G was also handed over to Mexican authorities after US police found an outstanding arrest warrant issued for him in Zitácuaro, Michoacán for drug related offenses. He was found in Falfurrias, Texas and sent back to Mexico by the International Bridge Hidalgo that links Reynosa, Tamaulipas and Hidalgo, Texas.