Tuesday, January 8, 2013



Note: one of many last few months, seems to be little concern about
actually being caught once north of border

Border Patrol arrests man wanted for murder
Published/Last Modified on Thursday, January 3, 2013 9:51 AM MST
Douglas Dispatch

A Mexican national wanted on an active felony warrant for murder was
apprehended Saturday, Dec. 22 by Border Patrol agents from the
Douglas Station.

According to a press release from the U.S. Border Patrol agents
apprehended Narcizo Yepiz-Urrea, 29, for being illegally present in
the United States.

During processing, however, they discovered he was wanted in Phoenix
on first-degree murder charges.

Yepiz-Urrea was turned over to the Cochise County Sheriff's Office to
await extradition by U.S. Marshals.

The Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System, used to
conduct criminal and immigration checks, allows Border Patrol agents
to quickly identify and classify criminal offenders and wanted
persons. IAFIS ensures offenders face an appropriate law-enforcement
resolution and penalized to the fullest extent of the law.

Border Patrol agents work diligently to ensure America's borders
remain safe, and that dangerous individuals are prevented from making
it further into the interior of the United States.

CBP welcomes assistance from the community. Citizens can report
suspicious activity to the Border Patrol by calling 1-877-872-7435
toll free.
All calls will be answered and remain anonymous.

Note: didn't serve very much time.

Convicted murderer arrested trying to enter US illegally near
Downtown El Paso
By Daniel Borunda / El Paso Times
Posted: 01/04/2013 03:24:13 PM MST

U.S. Border Patrol agents stopped a convicted murderer trying to
illegally enter the United States on a snowy Thursday in El Paso.
Officials said agents arrested Juan Carlos Eguino Orduno, 40, during
a failed attempt to cross the border near Downtown El Paso.
An identification system check found that Eguino had served time in
prison after being convicted of two counts of second-degree murder in
Santa Fe, officials said.
In a separate case Thursday, Border Patrol agents seized 25 pounds of
methamphetamine found hidden in a vehicle stopped at the Interstate
10 checkpoint near Las Cruces, officials said. The vehicle's driver
was arrested. The driver's name was not released.

Published: 04/01/2013 14:55
By: Ruben A. Ruiz raruiz@elimparcial.com
Drug test positive 30 police in Nogales

NOGALES, Sonora (PH)
About 30 members of the Police Headquarters and Municipal Transit
Nogales failed the exam and Confidence Control Center (C3) for drugs.

Ramon Guzman Munoz, mayor of Nogales, Sonora, said that since
Thursday is reviewing those cases to go cleaning the force in the
coming days.

" there is a situation condemned by another test but for now for what
follows is my effortdebug the situation so touched by drugs,"
explained the mayor.

Muñoz Guzmán said that from today we could start having "results" in
the removal of police.

The mayor said he is facing a very difficult situation in the absence
of a procedure in order to address this situation.

"So I gradually working to capture every case there are people who
have ten to fifteen years out with results," he added.

Note: a return to the PRI good old days? Some of us will remember a
lot of unsolved deaths or accidents of activists

PAN militant María Jesús Figueroa Acedo killed.
Details Published on Friday 4 January 2013,
Written by Carlos Macias / El Diario

The well known chemist and PAN activist María Jesús Figueroa Acedo
was found dead with signs of violence within the home, without which
so far is known to or suspected perpetrators.

The news caused great consternation among the population and the
political environment to be disclosed by the state justice authorities.
The body of Jesus Maria Figueroa Acedo was located inside the home
located on the street Ring # 2 ISSSTESON colony.
According to information gathered from the scene, was approximately
8:00 am when the discovery by Ana Patricia Fernandez, a co-worker of
distinguished PAN activist, who went to the home after Figueroa Acedo
failed to respond to telephone calls from 14:00 when she left her job.
At the scene officers attended the Municipal Civil Protection, State
Police Investigating and agency personnel investigating prosecutors,
who cordoned off the area including pick-up truck, owned by the now
deceased, parked outside the main door to the home.
In the place they hoped the presence of expert staff of the Attorney
General of the State based in Nogales, in order to conduct the first
investigation of the incident, who were unaware of the reasons that
forced the suspects to end the life of Maria Jesus Figueroa Acedo 60.
The victim was from Banámichi, and had virtually her entire
professional life in this city by exercising Chemistry in Medical
Specialty Center, and a Bachelor of Laws, a very well-known history
of politics within the ranks of the National Action Party, as media
columnist in local and regional member of the Association of
Professional and Business Women, among others.

Note: if caught trying to smuggle weapons via F&F, much less time

Man caught at port with stolen car gets 4.5 years in prison
Posted: Friday, January 4, 2013 8:35 am | Updated: 2:30 pm, Fri Jan
4, 2013.
Nogales International

A repeat offender who was busted trying to drive a stolen car into
Mexico was sentenced in Santa Cruz County Superior Court to 4.5 years
in prison.
Jason Earl Patty, 37, of Tucson, pleaded guilty to one count of theft
of means of transportation, a Class 3 felony, after he and his
girlfriend Faith Elizabeth Haessley were busted on March 19, 2012 by
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers at the Dennis DeConcini
Port of Entry. Judge Anna Montoya-Paez sentenced Patty to the 4.5-
year term on Dec. 17, court records show.

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Note: and then this one, had to do it.

Deported woman can still claim jackpot prize
Posted: Jan 4, 2013 5:07 PM by Lupita Murillo
Updated: Jan 4, 2013 6:45 PM

TUCSON- A woman who won at the casino ended up losing big time when
Border Patrol agents were called and she was deported to Mexico.

Mirna Valenzuela went to claim her $1,200 jack pot on December 2nd at
Casino del Sol. She gave the casino an Arizona's driver license.

She was told to come back the next day with her Mexican passport. She
did, and she took her daughter with her. After waiting for some time,
Border Patrol Agents showed up and took them into custody.

The daughter was eventually released because of the Obama Dream Act,
but mom is back in Mexico.

Valenzuela, 43, was a casino club card carrier. She received perks
and other benefits for being a regular guest.

Her daughter tells News 4 she had won money in the past, and she'd
always given the casino her driver's license as her proof of ID. It's
the same driver's license that got her the casino club card. Zamira
Osorio the daughter says, "It's never happened before so we're
surprised about the whole situation."

Now, the single mother of four is unable to collect the cash and is
in Mexico without her children. "My family and I feel devastated
about it."

Wendell Long is the CEO of Casino Del Sol, he says "We think it's a
very unfortunate incident. We hate to see anyone suffer any pain or
grief." He adds, "We do not care if they are in the country legally
or illegally. That's not what we do. We're here to provide great
entertainment." Long says, "If she had shown us her Mexican
passport her valid Mexican passport there wouldn't have been any
problem at all."

Osorio admits her mom has been deported in the past. But says she's a
good person who came here to give Zamira a better life that was 20
years ago. "I didn't ask to come to this country illegal that's just
the way my parents brought me here. It's not something that I chose."

She says she is thankful for the Dream Act because if hadn't been for
that she would have been deported as well. "That would have been a
very bad situation for my children and brothers and sister."

News 4 contacted the Border Patrol and Pascua Yaqui police.

Border Patrol would only confirm, "Agents determined the mother was
previously deported from the U.S. in 2008 for illegal entry. Her
prior removal order was reinstated and she was returned to Mexico
through the Nogales Port of Entry on Dec. 4."

Pascua Yaqui police referred questions to the Attorney General's
office. As of news time that office had not returned calls.

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