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Woman Wanted in Fla., Utah Found By CBP in U.S. Virgin Islands

Release Date: 
March 28, 2011

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands - US Customs and Border Protection officers identified Carlyn Gossard, 24, with two outstanding warrants; one for prostitution in Florida and one in Utah for forgery.

Ms. Gossard presented herself for CBP inspection at the Cyril E. King Airport before boarding a flight bound to Miami and Dallas, with final destination to Salt Lake City.

Computer systems alerted of a positive match to a National Crime Information Center (NCIC) docket.

CBP Officers in St. Thomas confirmed the warrant and alerted CBP authorities in Miami.

Upon arrival at the Miami International Airport, CBP officers arrested Ms. Gossard, and transferred custody to Miami-Dade Police for further proceedings.

CBP Officers detect many individuals wanted by authorities in the continental U.S., upon their arrival to the USVI or their return to the mainland from Puerto Rico and the USVI.

"Customs and Border Protection is an agency committed to securing our borders while at the same time cooperating with other law enforcement agencies in the enforcement of US laws. CBP officers are always vigilant to detect individuals that have broken our laws and attempt to defeat our justice system." stated Marcelino Borges, Director of Field Operations for Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017