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Mexico receives three on warrants after US arrests

Mexico City, Mexico — The Attorney General of the Republic says they have received three people with outstanding arrest warrants in Mexico after they were deported by the United States.

Three people with outstanding arrest warrants in Mexico have been handed over to Mexican authorities after the United States arrested and deported them. Two of the arrested were wanted for homicide, while the other has an outstanding arrest warrant for violent robbery.

Ivan F was arrested by US authorities in the state of Georgia. Ivan is wanted by the Orality Court in Criminal Matters in Mexicali, Baja California on charges of homicide.

The second arrested and deported man, Francisco Javier D, was also detained in compliance with an arrest warrant issued by a judge in Criminal Matters in Jiquilpan, Michoacán for the crimes of violent rape and robbery.

US authorities say Francisco Javier D was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and deported to Mexico where he will face charges.

Israel R. Photo: The Attorney General of the Republic (PGR)

A third man, Israel R, is wanted by authorities in Guanajuato for the crime of homicide. Israel R has an outstanding arrest warrant with a court in Salvatierra, Guanajuato.

In a statement, the Attorney General of Mexico said that joint work between law enforcement of both countries, through the Legal and International Affairs Deputy Attorney’s Office and Interpol, resulted in their arrests.