McAllen, TX – The United States
Marshals-multi agency led Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Fugitive Task Force
(GCVOFTF) announces the arrest of Luis Humberto Olivo.
Olivo, 27, is wanted by the McAllen Police Department on three separate
counts of aggravated robbery.
It is alleged that Jan. 10, Olivo walked into an Aziz convenience store and
held the store clerk at gunpoint as he demanded money. Olivo then pointed
the handgun at the surveillance camera and fired the weapon.
On Jan. 11, Olivo approached two victims at an apartment complex near the
800 block of W. Walnut Ave. He pointed a handgun at the victims and demanded
Later that same evening, Olivo walked into a Stripes convenience store near
the 1600 block of N. 10th St. and brandished a handgun at the store clerk.
He took a cylinder of money from the safe and fled on foot.
On Jan. 13, investigators with the McAllen Police Department and members of
the GCVOFTF arrested Olivo near the intersection of S. 23rd St. and
Expressway 83. Olivo was subsequently transported to the McAllen Police
Department where he is currently held pending the outcome of his case.
The GCVOFTF is a team comprised of law enforcement officers from the Hidalgo
County Sheriff’s Department, ICE/Deportation and Removal Operations, McAllen
PD, Mission PD, San Juan PD, Starr County Sheriff’s Department, TDCJ Office
of Inspector General, Texas Department of Public Safety, U.S. Marshals
Service and Weslaco PD.
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