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For Immediate Release

June 11, 2013 Eastern District of Virginia (703) 837-5558
Search for Alleged Child Molester Comes to an End

Alexandria, VA – U.S. Marshal Bobby Mathieson announces the capture of Edmond N. Londres. Londres was wanted by the Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) for aggravated sexual battery. FCPD detectives interviewed Londres immediately upon the subject’s arrest. Following the interview, two additional warrants were issued for Londres consisting of rape and a second offense of aggravated sexual battery. Deputy U.S. Marshals (DUSMs) were informed by detectives that Londres was performing sexual acts on a minor for approximately ten years.

Yesterday, investigators for the U.S. Marshals’ Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force (CARFTF) received a tip from a confidential source that they were fearful that the subject may be performing sexual acts on another minor. CARFTF investigators developed information which provided that Londres was located at his family’s residence in Woodbridge, VA. Upon notification of Londres’ whereabouts, CARFTF investigators immediately gained entry into the residence and instantly apprehended Londres without incident.

The capture of Londres ends a long search, which involved a collaborating effort from the FCPD. Londres’ criminal history includes larceny, statutory burglary, receiving stolen property, and unlawful entry.

The U.S. Marshals Service arrested more than 36,300 federal fugitives and 86,700 state and local fugitives in fiscal year 2012.

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