Paso, TX – Saturday, January 5, 2012, Guillermo Ulloa, 33 years old, of
Maricopa County Arizona was deported from Mexico by Mexican law enforcement
personnel and was taken into custody by the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force (LSFTF).
Ulloa, wanted on 11 felony counts for sexual exploitation of a child by
Maricopa County, was living in Juarez, Mexico without any legal status.
Ulloa was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility and is pending
extradition proceedings back to Arizona.
On March 30, 2006, Ulloa was arrested by the Maricopa County Sheriff's
Office and charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a child and 1
count of luring a child for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Ulloa was
released on bond for these charges and fled to Juarez, Mexico. Maricopa
County Sheriff’s Office learned of Ulloa’s absence and warrants for bond
violation for the listed charges were issued on February 26, 2007. The LSFTF
received information from a confidential source about a person living in
Juarez, Mexico with his wife and infant child who the confidential source
believed was a fugitive from Arizona. LSFTF personnel conducted a detailed
investigation and learned of Ulloa’s outstanding warrants. On Saturday at
approximately 6:30 p.m. Ulloa was deported from Mexico to the United States
at the Paso Del Norte Port of Entry in El Paso, Texas.
Robert Almonte, the United States Marshal for the Western District of Texas,
said “the LSFTF remains committed to the apprehension of fugitives
regardless of where they hide.”
Members of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force: El Paso Police
Department, El Paso Sheriff’s Office, Homeland Security Investigations,
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, United States Border Patrol, Texas
Department of Criminal Justice - Office of the Inspector General, Texas
Department of Public Safety, El Paso District Attorney’s Office and the
United States Marshals Service.
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