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CBP Officers Arrest Felon Wanted for Attempted Murder

Release Date: 
October 30, 2012

San Luis, Ariz. - A Nevada man wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant for attempted murder was apprehended yesterday by Customs and Border Protection officers assigned to the San Luis port of entry.

Officers referred Ever Geovany Vivar Jr., 20, for additional questioning when he attempted to enter the United States through the pedestrian area. After officers ran a routine record's check and discovered an active arrest warrant out of Reno, Nevada, he was turned over to the Yuma County Sheriff's Office.

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Last modified: 
February 9, 2017