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Two extradited to face sex crime charges in Texas District Courts

Mexico City, Mexico — Two men wanted by Texas District Courts have been extradited from Mexico. On Sunday, the Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) reported the extradition of the two men wanted in separate Texas districts on separate charges.

According to the agency, in compliance with the Extradition Treaty signed between Mexico and the United States, the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (FGR) sent Luis “M” and Samuel “R” to the United States to be tried.

The FGR reported that Luis “M” is wanted by the District Court of Brazos County, Texas, after being reported for sexual crimes. Luis “M” was reported after his lost cell phone was found by a Texas citizen and reported for its content. On his phone, authorities found sexual images and videos of minors.

On Sunday, Samuel “R” was also sent to the United States after being wanted by the District Court in Tarrant County, Texas. Samuel “R” was wanted by Texas state authorities on charges of rape against a minor.

Both men were transferred from the men’s Preventative North Prison in Mexico City to the airport where they were eventually handed over to U.S. authorities.