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CBP Officers at Eagle Pass, Texas Nab Wanted Man

Release Date: 
March 29, 2013

EL PASO, TEXAS—U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Eagle Pass Port of Entry today detained a San Antonio man wanted for sexual assault.

Early this morning, CBP officers working at the Camino Real International Bridge inspected a 32-year-old man when he arrived at the pedestrian lane. Records checks revealed that the man, Aaron Joseph Williams, was wanted on an outstanding warrant, issued in Bexar County, for sexual assault. Williams was turned over to the Maverick Country Sheriff's Office.

"The thorough and comprehensive inspections performed by our frontline CBP officers at the port of entry resulted in this significant apprehension," said Cynthia O. Rodriguez, CBP Port Director, Eagle Pass. "Homeland security is our primary mission but apprehensions like this help keep our communities safe."

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017