Mexico City, Mexico — The Attorney General’s Office through the office of Interpol México reports that in the last week, 10 people on global Interpol lists have been taken into custody.
La Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) says that cooperation between Interpol México and Interpol International has seen the arrest of 10 between August 18 to 23.
The agency reports the arrest of Carlos H, who was taken into custody in Venice, Italy on an outstanding arrest warrant in the state of Sinaloa for probable responsibility in the commission of the crime of generic fraud after being Red flagged by Interpol.
Tania O was arrested in Madrid, Spain after the issuance of a Red flag notice where she was wanted by the First District Court in the State of Baja California Sur for the crime of manslaughter with the aggravating professional responsibility.
In both cases, the General Directorate of International Procedures of the Office of the Attorney General and International Affairs formalized the corresponding extradition requests under the terms of international treaties.
Elements of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic in coordination with agents of the National Migration Institute located at the Cancun International Airport arrested Vincent Y of Canadian and Chinese nationalities who had an Interpol Red flag notification for his international search, issued by Interpol Washington.
After intelligence research, elements of the General Directorate of International Police Affairs and Interpol located in Quintana Roo arrested Vasin N of Russian nationality. He was Red flagged by Interpol for the commission of the crime of fraud. He has been wanted in a Moscow Court since December of 2017.
In the Federal Center for Social Readaptation, federal ministerial police complied with the arrest warrant for the purpose of international extradition issued against Edgar H, of Mexican nationality who was required by the Federal Court of the Southern District of California for drug related charges and criminal association.
In El Grullo, Jalisco, federal ministerial police complied with the formal detention order for extradition against Marciano G who was required by the Federal Court for the Western District of Texas for crimes of criminal association and drug charges.
Federal ministerial police, in coordination with personnel of the National Institute of Migration in Mexico City arrested Slovak citizen Oliver R who had a Red flag issued by Interpol Central Bratislava, Slovakia for the crime of continued fraud.
The foreigner remained under immigration procedure in order to be deported to his country of origin.
In other actions, federal ministerial police attached to the General Directorate of International Police Affairs and Interpol, arrested Mexican citizens Claudia E, Yamir C and Samuel L in the United States Embassy in Mexico City for their probable responsibility in the commission of the crime of using a false document.
The three detainees were made available to the Federal Public Ministry of the Specialized Unit for the Care of Crimes Abroad, in order to determine their legal status.