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Migrants Report Being Held at Gunpoint in Mexico by Cartel

Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended several Central American migrants who reported being held at gunpoint and extorted for money by cartel members in Mexico. Agents patrolling near the border in the Laredo Sector apprehended a Honduran male in the

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Migrant Wanted for Kidnapping, Assault, Domestic Violence Captured

South Carolina police now have an illegal immigrant in custody who reportedly fled to Florida to avoid prosecution on charges relating to domestic violence, assault, child neglect, and kidnapping. Police returned the man to South Carolina to face charges after police in Kissimmee, Florida arrested him in December.

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Turkey IDs Saudi Squad Allegedly Sent to Abduct Washington Post Journalist

A Turkish newspaper aligned with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday claimed it has identified the 15 members of the team allegedly sent from Saudi Arabia to kidnap or kill missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared last week after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Security members walk in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate's door on October 10, 2018 in Istanbul. - Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the consulate to obtain official documents ahead of his marriage to his Turkish fiancee. Government sources said at the …

WATCH: K9 Takes Down Man Suspected of Kidnapping Child

A K9 police dog in Florida scored major points with his handler Monday after he heroically took down a man accused of kidnapping an infant, according to a video from a police officer’s body camera.

The Pasco Sheriff’s Office praised the work of a K9 and deputy for arresting a man who tried to kidnap a child in New Port Richey, Florida, on September 17.Police said the chase began after Sergeant Ferguson and a K9 named Titan responded to a call for battery and the …

Convicted Kidnappers Blame Mistreatment by Cartels, ICE for Their Crimes

Two kidnappers, the sons of Mexican “high rollers” who were themselves kidnapped by the Mexican cartel five years earlier, sequestered the son of a wealthy dancing horses owner in Colorado. During sentencing, the lawyer for one of the brothers speculated they committed the crime because ICE agents had mistreated them. The other brother blamed his criminal behavior on drug abuse and loyalty to his sibling.

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Report: Mexican Navy Infantrymen Part of Mexico City Kidnapping Ring

Officials singled out six members of Mexico’s Navy as having been part of a group that carried ransom kidnappings targeting wealthy businessmen. The kidnappers operated in military uniform and in their military issued vehicle when they followed and took a businessman who was driving around Mexico City.

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