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For Immediate Release

December 21, 2016 DUSM Kenneth Daniel, Dep
District of New Mexico (505) 462-2330
The U.S. Marshals Service Adds to the New Mexico’s Most Wanted List
Albuquerque, NM - The U.S. Marshals Service is requesting your help in locating the following federal fugitives;

Rodolfo Ruiz-Godinez - Ruiz-Godinez is wanted for escaping from custody while incarcerated for possession on Drug Trafficking and Illegal Alien with a Firearm charges. It is believed that Ruiz returned to Mexico. In 1996, Ruiz was charged with six other co-defendants for trafficking cocaine, possession of a firearm by an illegal alien, and using juveniles in a drug trafficking crime. In 2001, Ruiz escaped from custody and currently has an outstanding warrant for the escape charge.

Michael Prudhomme - Prudhomme is wanted for Cruelty Towards a Child-Great Bodily Harm, and has a warrant with a zero bond hold. Prudhomme also has an outstanding warrant for, 3 counts of Battery Against a Household Member. On November 22, 2016, Prudhomme is accused of burning a 15 month old baby with bath water and injuring the child’s jaw so severe that it caused intensive swelling around the throat area. Prudhomme was watching the child while the child’s mother was at work.

Nick Armijo - Armijo is wanted for Probation Violation. The Original Charge is Armed Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, and 2 additional counts of Robbery. On May 17, 2010, ARMJIO plead guilty to, two counts of robbery and one count of armed robbery with a deadly weapon. Armijo’s has a Violent criminal history that dates back to 2002, where he was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and in 2006, he plead guilty to Assault on a police officer.

If you see these fugitives, DO NOT attempt to apprehend. Instead, get a good description, location and call your local police or the United States Marshal’s Service. These fugitives are considered Armed and Dangerous and have a prior violent conviction.

The United States Marshals Service would like to thank the public for assisting law enforcement’s efforts in making this great city a safer place to live, work and play.

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