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For Immediate Release

March 04, 2009 Tom Smith
Supervisory Deputy United States Marshal
San Antonio (210) 472-6646
The Lone Star Fugitive Task Force Captures Two Murder Suspects
in Two Days and Uses It's International Reach to Capture  Armed
Robbery Suspect in Mexico 
San Antonio - The United States Marshals Service's Lone Star Fugitive Task Force (LSFTF) recently
tracked down three individuals charged with violent crimes.

On Monday night LSFTF members caught up with reputed Mexican Mafia gang member 34 year
old Eric Xavier Mendoza. Mendoza was charged with Capital Murder after shooting and killing
two individuals from another gang on February 21,2009. Mendoza was arrested on El Paso
Street in San Antonio at a girlfriend's house after LSFTF members conducted surveillance at
various locations and saw Mendoza arrive in a vehicle.

On Tuesday night 2 1 year old Leonard Terrazas was arrested by the LSFTF in San Antonio near
IH3 5 and Eisenhower after a warrant was issued for his arrest charging him with Manslaughter.
On 09/29/08, Samantha Herrera was shot and killed at 5 105 Village Lawn where she shared a
home with Terrazas, On March 3,2009 SAPD Homicide Investigators gathered enough
evidence to charge Terrazas and he was arrested by the LSFTF.

On Wednesday afternoon Carnal County Armed Robbery Suspect 28 year old Wesley Dale Davis
was flown to Dallas from Guadalajara, Mexico after being arrested and deported by Mexican
Law Enforcement Officials. LSFTF members tracked Davis to the interior of Mexico and
quested assistance. h m the Marshals Service Mexico City Field Office. Back on January 15,
2009 an Armed Robbery took place in Coma1 County and Wesley Davis was developed as a
suspect. Davis also has an active warrant for a State Parole Violation as well as an active w m t
in Guadalupe County for Theft of a Firearm.

The United States Marshal for the Western District of Texas LaFayette Collins said, "Once again
our LSFTF members and partner agencies pooled their resources to take some very dangerous
people off of the streets of our communities. Our partners in the Republic of Mexico are an
additional asset and we are very appreciative of their efforts in returning our fugitives to face