Friday, June 14, 2024

Texas Launches Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrants List; ‘10 Most Wanted Illegal Immigrants’ List Released by Texas — Includes Suspected Murderers, Rapists and Child Abusers

Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas Launches Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrants List:
Announcing the new list, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said: ‘We have seen record high levels of illegal immigration, including dangerous criminals and terrorists.’
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has announced the launch of the state’s “10 Most Wanted Criminal Illegal Immigrants” list, aiming to bolster law enforcement efforts to capture repeat offenders who entered the United States illegally and have committed serious crimes in Texas.
The new initiative, created in partnership with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and funded by the governor’s Public Safety Office, will offer cash rewards for any person who provides information leading to the arrest of the criminal aliens on the list.
In announcing the list on June 5, the Republican governor criticized President Joe Biden’s immigration policies, drawing a contrast with those of his predecessor, President Donald Trump.
“When President Joe Biden took office, he dismantled every effective border policy his predecessor put into place,“ Mr. Abbott said in a statement. ”As a result, we have seen record high levels of illegal immigration, including dangerous criminals and terrorists, who are a threat to the public safety of our state and our nation.”
Most of the 10 individuals on the new wanted list have multiple offenses on their rap sheet. Six of them are wanted for sex crimes against children.
The governor further emphasized that the new list is part of Texas’s ongoing efforts to keep Texans safe and fight crime.
“Texas is a law-and-order state, and with the help of our fellow Texans, we will ensure that the illegal immigrants on this list are taken off our streets and put behind bars to keep our communities safe,” Mr. Abbott said.
Mr. Abbott’s announcement warned Texans not to try to apprehend the criminal illegal immigrants on the list and instead provide tips by calling the crime stoppers hotline (1-800-252-8477) or by submitting a tip on the DPS website or to submit a Facebook tip. --->READ MORE HERE
‘10 Most Wanted Illegal Immigrants’ list released by Texas — includes suspected murderers, rapists and child abusers:
Texas has compiled a top 10 Most Wanted list of criminal illegal immigrants, which includes men wanted for sexual assault, murder, and making terroristic threats.
Governor Greg Abbott announced the list, created in partnership with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) on Wednesday.
According to a press release, it presents “a new initiative to locate and arrest repeat offenders who have entered the country illegally and are wanted for dangerous crimes committed in Texas.”
Many of the 10 men have more than one offense on their rap sheet and eight of them are accused of at least one sex crime — six of them against children.
Included on the Most Wanted are Omar David Zavala, who entered the US illegally from El Salvador, according to authorities. He is charged with sexual assault and making terroristic threats and was last spotted in Spring, TX. The notice adds he is to be considered armed and dangerous.
Also on the list is 26-year-old Mexican Castro Zubiate, who is charged with human trafficking in El Paso county.
After posting bond, Zubiate allegedly jumped bail and has not been seen since. His official charges — two counts of Smuggling of Persons for Pecuniary Benefit — are felonies punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Servando Trejo Duran, Jr. is a 62-year-old Mexican Immigrant with a lengthy rap sheet that includes Homicide, Burglary of Residence, Burglary of Vehicle, and Tampering with Government Records. He was out on a parole violation when he vanished from Baytown, Texas. Authorities say that he is armed and dangerous, and goes by several aliases. --->READ MORE HERE
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