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CBP Arrests Five Fugitives at Baltimore and Northern Virginia Ports of Entry

Release Date: 
October 15, 2014

BALTIMORE — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations (OFO) arrested five fugitives at ports of entry in Baltimore and Virginia over the long weekend who were wanted on charges from Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Texas.

Jerry Lee Anderson Jr., 29, of Baltimore, Md., was boarding a flight at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall airport on October 10.  CBP officers determined Anderson to be subject to an arrest warrant issued by the Collin County, Texas Sheriff’s Office for fraudulent use or possession of ID information.  The officers verified the validity of the warrant and confirmed extradition.  Anderson was arrested by CBP and turned over to Maryland Transportation Authority Police for extradition.

Khuong Tuan Do, 36, of Annandale, Va., arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport on October 10 on a flight from Korea.  CBP officers determined Do to be subject to an arrest warrant issued by the Fairfax County Police Department for failure to appear on a grand larceny charge.  CBP officers verified the validity of the warrant and confirmed extradition.  CBP officers arrested Do and turned him over to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police for extradition.

CBP placed an immigration detainer on Do, who is a Vietnamese citizen and a permanent resident of the U.S., which ensures that he is returned to CBP upon the adjudication of any charges for further immigration processing.  

Ryan Eric Pettaway, 28, of Cambridge, Mass., was boarding a flight at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall airport on October 11. CBP officers determined Pettaway to be subject to an arrest warrant issued by the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore County for failure to appear for a traffic offense.  The officers verified the validity of the warrant and confirmed extradition.  Pettaway was arrested by CBP and turned over to Maryland Transportation Authority Police for extradition.

Luis Alonso Rodriguez Hernandez, 49, of Hyattsville, Md., arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport on October 11 on a flight from El Salvador. CBP officers determined Hernandez to be subject to an arrest warrant issued by the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department for failure to appear for assault with a deadly weapon (machete), destruction of property, possession of a prohibited weapon - Class B, assault on police officer (threats), carrying a pistol without a license and assault with a dangerous weapon-gun arrest.  CBP officers verified the validity of the warrant and confirmed extradition.  CBP officers arrested Hernandez and turned him over to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police for extradition.

CBP placed an immigration detainer on Hernandez, who is a citizen of El Salvador and a permanent resident of the U.S., which ensures that he is returned to CBP upon the adjudication of any charges for further immigration processing.  

Fatmatta Ebidun Bah, 57, of New Carrollton, Md., arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport on October 13 on a flight from Belgium. CBP officers determined Bah to be subject to an arrest warrant issued by the Montgomery County, Md. Police Department for larceny. CBP officers verified the validity of the warrant and confirmed extradition.  CBP officers arrested Bah and turned her over to Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police for extradition.

“We were pleased to stand by our state and local law enforcement partners and bring these fugitives to justice,” said Diane Sabatino Acting Director of Field Operations for the Baltimore Field Office.  “CBP remains ever vigilant in intercepting those travelers that our laws identify as needing further scrutiny.”

CBP conducts inspection operations and intercepts currency, weapons, prohibited agriculture products or other illicit items, and on average arrests 22 wanted persons a day at U. S. Ports of entry nationwide.

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Last modified: 
February 9, 2017