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CBP Arrests Four Fugitives in Five Days at Washington Dulles

Release Date: 
July 11, 2014

STERLING, Va. — As the nation’s border security agency, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is charged with knowing precisely who is arriving and departing the United States. Sometimes, CBP officers encounter fugitives wanted for a variety of arrest warrants, and this week has been a busy week of fugitive arrests for CBP officers at Washington Dulles International Airport.

Officers arrested four such wanted persons during the last five days. These arrests included:

  • Hannah Faye King, 24, of Virginia Beach, Va., who was departing for Switzerland Saturday, was wanted by the Virginia Beach Police Department for felony destruction of property;
  • Bobby King Naingi Murugu, 24, of Reston, Va., who arrived from Dubai Monday, was wanted by the Fairfax County, Va., Police Department for failure to appear on an original charge of possession of marijuana with the intent to sell;
  • Luis Mario Mazariego Hernandez, 39, of Silver Spring, Md., who arrived from El Salvador Tuesday, was wanted by the Alexandria, Va., Police Department for forgery of sales invoices and identity theft; and
  • Rudy Alberto Amaya Sorto, 45, of Orlando, Fla., who arrived from El Salvador Wednesday, was wanted by the Prince Georges County, Md., Sheriff’s Office for violation of a protection order.

In all cases, CBP worked with the wanting jurisdictions to ensure the warrants were active, verified the identity of all wanted persons, and turned the fugitives over to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police.

“Customs and Border Protection officers take very seriously our responsibility of identifying fugitives who arrive at our ports of entry and returning them to face justice for crimes they may have committed,” said Stephen Kremer, Acting CBP Port Director for the Port of Washington.

CBP maintains a robust law enforcement posture at our nation’s 328 international ports of entry and routinely conducts inspection operations on arriving and departing international travelers and cargo. In addition to arresting wanted fugitives, CBP removes immigration law violators, and intercepts narcotics, weapons, unreported currency, prohibited agriculture products, and other illicit items.

Visit CBP’s Travel webpage to learn rules governing travel to and from the U.S.

Visit CBP's Border Security webpage to learn how CBP secures our nation’s borders at our air, land and sea ports of entry.

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Last modified: 
February 3, 2021