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Crime Stoppers tip leads to fugitive’s arrest

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Criminal Illegal Immigrant to be Deported Following Arrest in Utah

Jesus Aguilera to be deported to Mexico. (ICE/Photo)

October 2, 2017
OAN Newsroom

An illegal immigrant and convicted sex offender is awaiting deportation following his arrest in Utah last week.

Last Tuesday immigration agents apprehended 56-year-old Jesus Aguilera in Provo after receiving a tip about his whereabouts.

Aguilera has been on ICE’s most wanted list since 2010 when his appeal of a judge’s deportation order was denied.

The 56-year-old has a lengthy criminal record dating back to at least 1990 and is a convicted sex offender.

He will be processed before being sent back to Mexico.

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Tipsters lead to arrest of ‘Fugitive of the Week’ in Manchester …

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Jesse “Curley Sue” Harris

MANCHESTER, NH – This week’s featured “Fugitive of the Week,” Jesse “Curley Sue” Harris 33, was arrested Thursday night by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force in the 100 block of Market Street in Manchester.

Mr. Harris was wanted on an outstanding federal arrest warrant for supervised release violations.  Harris was on supervised release after being convicted and sentenced for a 2010 narcotics case out of the U.S. District Court in Concord.    

U.S. Marshals received several tips indicating information that Harris’ vehicle was in a parking lot off of Middle Street in Manchester, along with additional tips that he was living in a Market Street apartment building with an associate.  This arrest was a result these tips combined with the several days of investigation involving several members of

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Tipsters lead to arrest of ‘Fugitive of the Week’ in Manchester

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Jesse “Curley Sue” Harris

MANCHESTER, NH – This week’s featured “Fugitive of the Week,” Jesse “Curley Sue” Harris 33, was arrested Thursday night by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force in the 100 block of Market Street in Manchester.

Mr. Harris was wanted on an outstanding federal arrest warrant for supervised release violations.  Harris was on supervised release after being convicted and sentenced for a 2010 narcotics case out of the U.S. District Court in Concord.    

U.S. Marshals received several tips indicating information that Harris’ vehicle was in a parking lot off of Middle Street in Manchester, along with additional tips that he was living in a Market Street apartment building with an associate.  This arrest was a result these tips combined with the several days of investigation involving several members of

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Montreal Police Arrest Laotian Man on US Most-Wanted List

Canadian police officers chased down and caught a Laotian-born alleged drug smuggler who is on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement list of its 10 most wanted criminals.

Montreal police said this week Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, tried to flee on foot along a bike path, but officers caught him for alleged drug possession. Fingerprint checks revealed his identity.

He was arraigned Thursday on charges of drug possession, obstructing the work of police and false documents.

Sychanta faces earlier drug charges in Ontario as well as those in the United States.

Sychanta was born in Laos and was first indicted in 2005 in Michigan. The ICE most-wanted list says he evaded capture on drug charges in the U.S. and continued to supervise a drug-smuggling organization based near Windsor, Ontario.

ICE said he has a history of violence and has allegedly made threats against Homeland Security Investigations unit agents and other law enforcement officials.

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Montreal police arrest Laotian man on US most-wanted list

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian police officers on bicycles chased down and caught a Laotian-born alleged drug smuggler who is on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s list of 10 most wanted suspects, authorities said Tuesday.

Montreal police Commander Miguel Alston said Katay-Khaophone Sychanta, 35, was on a park bench preparing to smoke a marijuana joint with another man when police approached and questioned him last week.

Alston said the officers were not satisfied with his answers after he produced identification that turned out to be a fake driver’s license from Maryland.

Alston said Sychanta tried to flee on foot along a bike path, but officers caught him and arrested him for suspected drug possession. Fingerprint checks revealed his identity.

Sychanta was arraigned Thursday on charges of drug possession, obstructing the work of police and possessing false documents. It was not immediately clear who might be representing the suspect, and police did not immediately respond

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Montreal police arrest man on US Homeland Security most wanted list

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Tips from Public Lead to Arrest of FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Walter Yovany Gomez of Plainfield

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested without incident on Friday, August 11, 2017, in Woodbridge, Virginia, as a result of a well-coordinated investigation and tips received from the public.

On the morning of May 8, 2011, Julio Matute was allegedly murdered by Walter Yovany Gomez and a co-conspirator. Both men were identified members of the Plainfield Locos Salvatrucha (PLS) gang, a New Jersey branch of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) transnational gang. Gomez and his co-conspirator allegedly struck Matute in the head with a baseball bat, sliced his throat, and stabbed him in the back 17 times with a screwdriver, allegedly because Matute was suspected of socializing with a rival gang. The co-conspirator was subsequently apprehended, charged, and found guilty for the Matute homicide.

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A federal arrest warrant was issued for Gomez in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey, on

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Tips from Public Lead to Arrest of FBI Ten Most Wanted Violent …

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested without incident on Friday, August 11, 2017, in Woodbridge, Virginia, as a result of a well-coordinated investigation and tips received from the public.

On the morning of May 8, 2011, Julio Matute was allegedly murdered by Walter Yovany Gomez and a co-conspirator.

Both men were identified members of the Plainfield Locos Salvatrucha (PLS) gang, a New Jersey branch of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) transnational gang.

Gomez and his co-conspirator allegedly struck Matute in the head with a baseball bat, sliced his throat, and stabbed him in the back 17 times with a screwdriver, allegedly because Matute was suspected of socializing with a rival gang.

(Violent gang member Walter Yovany Gomez was added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list on April 12, 2017. Courtesy of the FBI and YouTube)

The co-conspirator was subsequently apprehended, charged, and found guilty for the Matute homicide.

A federal

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Tips from Public Lead to Arrest of FBI Ten Most Wanted Violent Fugitive

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Walter Yovany Gomez was arrested without incident on Friday, August 11, 2017, in Woodbridge, Virginia, as a result of a well-coordinated investigation and tips received from the public.

On the morning of May 8, 2011, Julio Matute was allegedly murdered by Walter Yovany Gomez and a co-conspirator.

Both men were identified members of the Plainfield Locos Salvatrucha (PLS) gang, a New Jersey branch of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) transnational gang.

Gomez and his co-conspirator allegedly struck Matute in the head with a baseball bat, sliced his throat, and stabbed him in the back 17 times with a screwdriver, allegedly because Matute was suspected of socializing with a rival gang.

(Violent gang member Walter Yovany Gomez was added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list on April 12, 2017. Courtesy of the FBI and YouTube)

The co-conspirator was subsequently apprehended, charged, and found guilty for the Matute homicide.

A federal

Read More at: https://americansecuritytoday.com/tips-public-lead-arrest-fbi-ten-wanted-violent-fugitive/