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Three men wanted in U.S. courts extradited from Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico — Three Mexican nationals wanted in the U.S. have been extradited. The men were handed over to U.S. authorities at the Mexico City International Airport to face charges for various crimes.

Manuel “B” was wanted by a Salt Lake City court for murder. He has been returned to Salt Lake County, Utah, for the crimes of aggravated homicide, aggravated burglary, domestic violence in the presence of a minor and qualifying injuries. The charges stem from October 2021, when he is accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend several times, killing her.

Jorge “T” was extradited to California on firearm and murder charges. Jorge “T” was wanted by the Superior Court of California in Alameda County for the crimes of homicide and possession of a firearm. His charges date back to July 2019, when, according to the FGR, Jorge “T” shot a man in the abdomen, killing him.

Gilberto “B”, who was required by the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County, was also handed over to American law enforcement. He was wanted for sexual crimes and kidnapping after being accused of sexually abusing two minors.