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For Immediate Release

September 15, 2017 District of New Mexico; (505)346-6400
USMS Office of Public Affairs; (703) 740-1699
Operation Alpha and Omega Focuses on San Juan County
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The U.S. Marshals Service for the District of New Mexico has been conducting Operation “Alpha and Omega,” in New Mexico. The operation began May 15 and will conclude December 31. Operation Alpha and Omega will partner the U.S. Marshals Service in New Mexico with the New Mexico Department of Corrections and local law enforcement agencies across the state in conducting a statewide fugitive gang member operation. The two primary sources that these felony warrants will come from are the NMCD – Probation Parole Security Threat Intelligence Unit and the District of New Mexico Federal Probation Office. These warrants will include, but are not specifically limited to, probation violators, parole retake warrants, and other gang-related fugitives with felony warrants.

On Sept. 12, Operation Alpha and Omega focused efforts in San Juan County, with authorities investigating 22 warrants, resulting in the arrest of four subjects with felony warrants, including the seizure of 3 grams of methamphetamine, 5 grams of marijuana and various narcotic/pharmaceutical pills.

Anthony Garcia was arrested on three counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Lisa Jackson was located served with a warrant issued for trafficking methamphetamine and conspiracy to traffic methamphetamine. Allaya Gibbs was arrested on a state warrant issued out of Colorado for dangerous drugs and theft. Rosalio Marquez was arrested on a federal warrant for re-entry of a removed alien.

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