(NEW ORLEANS, La.) U.S. Marshals SOIB Report: Service Eastern District of Louisiana New Orleans Task Force (USMS)-led, operations Missing Child Unit (MCU) ‘Return of the School Year’ and Sex Offender Investigations Branch (SOIB) #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.22: NO Saints and Sinners 2021’ conducted in the New Orleans, Louisiana metro area ran from August 01st until September 30, 2021, resulting in the rescue or recovery of 8 missing/endangered children. An additional 3 children self-returned during the operation and 3 more were located. MCU Investigations led to recoveries in Phoenix, Arizona where a female teen was in route to Las Vegas, NV to meet up with an older adult male she met on the internet.

#AceDailyNews reports on U.S. Marshals Operations ‘Return of the School Year’ and ‘No Saints and Sinners’ Recovers Eight Missing Endangered Children and Makes Eighteen Arrests of Sex Offenders with two recoveries were made in a rural area of southern Mississippi.

One arrest was made in St. Bernard Parish involving an adult family member of the missing/endangered teen. A rifle stolen out of New Orleans was recovered in Tangipahoa Parish on August 27th during one of the MCU investigations that also involves possible gang activity. Investigations as part of the two-month MCU operation also uncovered allegations of human sex trafficking of minors during several of the cases.

The USMS SOIB Operation NO Saints and Sinners 2021, a sex offender enforcement and compliance check operation resulted in the arrests of 18 sex offenders for sex offender registration violations. 46 sex offender compliance checks were done during the operation with 33 verified compliant, 3 verified as being noncompliant, and 10 needing further investigation. These checks were done in both Jefferson and Orleans Parishes. One sex offender, Joseph Edward Cantrell, who had been in violation of his registration in Georgia since at least 2017 and having three prior convictions involving children was located living in the Central Business District of New Orleans and was arrested on a LA State Police felony warrant for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Another lifetime registration sex offender from Delaware, Roman E. Byler, having two prior felony sex-based convictions with juveniles was located unregistered and living in New Orleans on August 23 in a high drug trafficking area walking with another male with a history of criminal activities. Byler was wanted out of Delaware on an August 2021 felony warrant related to cutting off his Electronic Monitor (EM) and fleeing his Delaware Probation based on a prior DE conviction for Rape 4th Degree Sexual Penetration of a Victim less than 16 years of age. Fugitive Tier 3 sex offender, Gerald Dominick, who’s original sex-based conviction involved a female teenage victim was wanted on a LA State Police warrant for felony Failure to Register as a Sex Offender issued in July 2020. Dominick was residing in Westwego, LA and attempted to hide in a bedroom prior to his arrest by LA State Police. Information developed by the USMS Sex Offender Targeting Team assisted LA State Police in locating him.

Additionally, the SOIB operation resulted in the arrest of six (6) additional fugitives to include an adult male wanted by New Orleans Police on a September 2021 warrant for Sexual Battery on a 7 year old victim, another adult male on a New Orleans Police Department warrant for 2 counts of Production of Child Porn on a 14 year old female victim that was related to a prior USMS MCU case, and an adult male on a July 2021 Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Capias based on a Grand Jury Indictment for Aggravated Rape and Aggravated Kidnapping that occurred in 1989 but the suspect was recently identified via a DNA hit. That fugitive had recently been released from prison and was already considered a habitual offender and lifetime sex offender registration (Tier 3) based on a prior Forcible Rape and Burglary conviction.

New Orleans was one of the original U.S. cities to begin a USMS pilot program for the Missing Child Unit in 2016, and U.S. Marshals Service Eastern District of Louisiana Deputy U.S. Marshals have provided instruction to other USMS districts and state agencies on how to coordinate their MCU operations, which have gained national news attention within the last two years.

The Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 enhanced USMS authority to assist federal, state, and local law enforcement with the recovery of missing, endangered or abducted children, regardless of whether a fugitive or sex offender was involved. The USMS established its Missing Child Unit to oversee and manage the implementation of its enhanced authority under the act. In fiscal year (FY) 2021, the USMS New Orleans Task Force recovered 43 missing/endangered children or family abductions. An additional 16 children self-returned during the investigation and 5 children were recovered via other efforts.

“This was another example of the results that can be accomplished with continuing law enforcement teamwork, and I am very proud of the long-term partnerships created by our USMS New Orleans Task Force with other local, state and federal agencies in combating violent crime and recovering missing/endangered children, said U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Louisiana Scott Illing. “Much of this work was also accomplished while dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ida in the New Orleans metro area.”

Participants in the two Operations: “Return of the School Year” and “NO Saints and Sinners 2021” included:

  • U.S. Marshals Service New Orleans Task Force
  • U.S. Marshals Service Districts of Southern Mississippi and Arizona 
  • New Orleans Police Department
  • Slidell Police Department
  • Covington Police Department
  • Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
  • St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office
  • Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office
  • Louisiana State Police
  • FBI New Orleans Field Office
  • Louisiana Department of Child and Family Services

Any information about missing/endangered children should be reported to your local police department and or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-The-Lost. Information about violent fugitives can be provided to the U.S. Marshals Service at (504) 589-6872, via email at usms.wanted@usdoj.gov, or with the USMS tips app. Crimestoppers GNO may also be contacted with tips at (504) 822-1111.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: Oct.22: 2021:

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(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) US MARSHALLS REPORT: Marshal Mark S. James announces the results of ‘Operation Triple Beam’ conducted in Kansas City during the summer of 2021 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.21: The United States Marshals Service for the Western District of Missouri conducted a 60-day Operation Triple Beam from mid-July to September 2021 in support of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative (PSN). PSN follows four key design elements of successful violent crime reduction initiatives: community engagement, prevention and intervention, focused and strategic enforcement, and accountability.

#AceDailyNews reports on ‘Operation Triple Beam’ and the U.S. Marshals in Kanas City Announcement Results of the 60-days that was identified by ‘Project Safe Neighbourhoods’

The Marshals Service supports PSN in the greater Kansas City area by engaging in focused and strategic enforcement priorities; Identifying persons with active felony warrants issued by local, state and federal prosecutor’s offices and having a propensity to engage in violence within the community. The Marshals Service then works with local law enforcement departments to seek out and arrest those persons, bringing them to justice before the court in which they’ve already been charged.

During the summer of 2021, Operation Triple Beam was a USMS organized, collaborative effort with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department’s Fugitive Apprehension & Arraignment Section (FAAS) conducted in close partnership with the Independence, Missouri Police Department, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Federal Bureau of Investigations, and the United States Attorney’s Office.

The operation paid special attention to violence related crimes that occurred in the most disproportionately affected neighborhoods of Kansas City as identified by the local Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative and resulted in the following:

  • Arrest of 150 state, local, and federal fugitives
  • 2 gang members arrested
  • 10 firearms seized
  • 0.145 kilograms (kg) of narcotics seized
  • 96 rounds of ammunition seized
  • $4,498 in U.S. Currency seized

Of those arrested, 3 were for sexual offenses, 1 for burglary, 11 for sexual assault, 14 for assault, 4 for homicide, 27 for narcotics, 10 for robbery, 40 for weapons violations, and the remaining for a variety of other offenses such as failure to register as a sex offender, fraud, resisting or interfering with arrest, vehicle theft, etc. Over 93% of the arrests were for violence related crimes.

This Operation Triple Beam was the 5th in a series of targeted enforcement operations conducted by the U.S. Marshals that began in the summer of 2018 in support of Project Safe Neighborhoods and the DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Assistance- Public Safety Partnership (PSP). To date, these operations have resulted in the following:

  • 2018- Operation Washout (10 days)- 56 arrests for felony warrants, 12 firearms and numerous narcotics seized.
  • 2019- Operation Triple Beam (90 days)- 355 Arrests and the seizure of 69 firearms (43 handguns, 18 rifles, 8 shotguns), 4.4kg narcotics, 2,382 rounds of ammunition and $1,228 in currency.
  • 2020- Operation Relentless Pursuit (60 days)- 176 arrests and the seizure of 12 firearms (9 handguns, 1 rifle, 2 shotguns), 1.034 kg narcotics, 141 rounds of ammunition and $3,581in currency.
  • 2020- Operation LeGend (90 days)- 488 arrests, 76 firearms seized, 5.49kg narcotics and $33,757 in currency.

KCPD Chief Rick Smith stated, “Our department would like to thank the U.S. Marshals and all of the other participating agencies for their hard work and dedication to this operation. This collaborative effort had an impact on reducing violent crime in our city and we are grateful for the successful outcome of Project Safe Neighborhoods.”

For more information on the Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative in Kansas City, please visit: https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdmo/project-safe-neighborhoods-1.

The U.S. Marshals Midwest Violent Fugitive Task Force-Kansas City Division, operates in conjunction with members of the Kansas City, Independence and St. Joseph Missouri Police Departments, Jackson, Cass, Clay, Buchanan and Nodaway County Sheriff’s Offices, Missouri State Highway Patrol and other federal law enforcement partners. The task force objectives are to seek out and arrest fugitives charged with violent crimes, drug offenses, sex offenders and other serious felonies. It also provides direct support to law enforcement agencies in tracking down and recovering missing children. Nationally the United States Marshals Service fugitive programs are carried out with local law enforcement in 94 district offices, 67 local fugitive task forces, 8 regional task forces, as well as a growing network of offices in foreign countries.

Tips can be submitted anonymously to the Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers via the TIPS hotline at 816-474-8477, on the internet at KCcrimestoppers.com or on the free mobile app available at P3Tips.com. Tips can also be submitted to the U.S. Marshals service directly by downloading the USMS Tips app to your Apple or Android device. It can also be accessed online at https://www.usmarshals.gov/tips/index.html.

#AceNewsDesk report ………………Published: Oct.21: 2021:

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(Memphis, TN.) JUST IN: USMS REPORT: U.S. Marshal Tyreece Miller announces the capture of Shakenya Poney for First Degree Murder today July.27: #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.27: Earlier today, Poney turned herself in after intensive negotiations and consultations with investigators with the Task Force and the West Memphis, Arkansas Police Department: The peaceful arrest of violent fugitives is what the U.S. Marshals is committed to,” said Marshal Tyreece Miller.”…

#AceDailyNews reports On July 24, 2021, Clara Wismon was found shot to death at the 300 block of S. Lauderdale in Memphis, Tennessee. Warrants were issued for the arrest of Shakenya Poney for First Degree Murder for this crime. The fugitive case was adopted by the U.S. Marshals Two Rivers Violent Fugitive Task Force

For Immediate ReleaseContact: July: 27, 2021Seth Bruce, Deputy U.S. Marshal
Western District of Tennessee – Memphis (901) 573-8177;
U.S. Marshals Office of Public Affairs (703) 740-1699

U.S Marshals Task Force Capture Murder Suspect

The U.S. Marshals Two Rivers Violent Fugitive Task Force is a multi-agency task force in the Western District of Tennessee with offices in Memphis and Jackson. Its membership is composed of Deputy U.S. Marshals, Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputies, Memphis Police Officers, Fayette County Sheriff’s Deputies, Jackson Police Officers, and Special Agents with the Tennessee Department of Correction. The primary mission of the Task Force is to arrest violent offenders and sexual predators.

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: July.27: 2021:

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(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) ICE/HSI/USMS/Report: A multi-agency operation, led by U.S. resulted in the recovery and/or location of 78 missing minors in the past two months in the area #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.26: U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), resulted in the recovery and/or location of 78 missing minors in the past two months in the area.

#AceDailyNews reports that a Multi-agency operation has helped to locate & recover 78-missing minors aged 5-18yrs-old in southern New Mexico and during the two-month operation, law enforcement located a minor residing in Mexico; two investigations were initiated for child sexual abuse by relatives or friends of immediate family; one investigation was initiated for human trafficking by HSI Deming.

HSI Las Cruces and the U.S. Marshal’s Service – District of New Mexico in collaboration with the New Mexico State Police, Las Cruces Police Department, Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office, Anthony Police Department, Sunland Park Police Department, the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD), National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), New Mexico Attorney General’s Office (NMAGO) and Deliver Fund, a non-profit organization, initiated Operation Rescue Me on May 1. The enforcement action focused on locating and recovering missing children in Dona Ana County, New Mexico.

“We will remain committed to our mission of protecting the most vulnerable in our communities which include at-risk children who may come from difficult home environments, face homelessness, substance abuse and online enticement. Increased risk factors contribute to a higher number of runaways which can become victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking,” Erik P. Breitzke, special agent in charge for Homeland Security Investigations El Paso. “HSI will continue to partner with local law enforcement to reduce the number of missing children and educate the community on this increasing problem in our society.” Breitzke’s area of responsibility includes Southern New Mexico and West Texas.

“This initiative to locate and rescue missing children addresses our most vulnerable population and will remain one of the priorities of the United States Marshals Service,” said Sonya K. Chavez, U.S. Marshal for the District of New Mexico. “The results of this operation are an example of the strong law enforcement partnerships and collaboration between many agencies and this is a key component in addressing this critical area.”

The minors ranged in age from 5 to 18.

As a result of the operation:

  • Three minors were recovered
  • 75 minors were located
  • Two minors remain outstanding
  • The minors recovered and located were offered services that help identify the potential exploitation of at-risk children

The operation, which began in May with a list of 80 minors, is ongoing.

Recovered minors are minors who were active in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) system as missing and/or runaways. They were returned to their guardian or CYFD and removed from the NCIC system.

Located minors had open cases with local agencies, some were active in NCIC and others were not. The minors either returned voluntarily to their guardian or were located with friends or relatives, after which local law enforcement agencies closed their open missing minor investigations to allow them to focus resources on other investigative matters.

HSI encourages the public to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity through its toll-free Tip Line at 1-866-DHS-2-ICE or by completing its online tip form. Both are staffed around the clock by investigators. From outside the U.S. and Canada, callers should dial 802-872-6199. Hearing impaired users can call TTY 802-872-6196.

HSI takes a victim-centered approach to child exploitation investigations by working to identify, rescue and stabilize victims. HSI works in partnership with the NCMEC, ICAC partners, and other federal, state, and local agencies to help solve cases and rescue sexually exploited children. Suspected child sexual exploitation or missing children may be reported to NCMEC’s toll-free 24-hour hotline, 1-800-THE-LOST.

HSI is a founding member of the Virtual Global Taskforce, an international alliance of law enforcement agencies and private industry sector partners working together to prevent and deter online child sexual abuse.

HSI is the principal investigative arm of DHS and a vital U.S. asset in combatting transnational crime and threats. One of HSI’s top priorities is to protect the public from crimes of victimization, and HSI’s child exploitation investigations program is a central component of this mission set. HSI is recognized as a global leader in this investigative discipline, and is committed to utilizing its vast authorities, international footprint and strong government and non-government partnerships to identify and rescue child victims, identify and apprehend offenders, prevent transnational child sexual abuse and help make the internet a safer place for children.

To report a crime, call 866-347-2423 (TTY for hearing impaired: 802-872-6196).

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: July.26: 2021:

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(WASHINGTON) FBI MOST WANTED: A founding member of a Mexican drug cartel charged with kidnapping and murdering a U.S. DEA agent in 1985 has been named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, and one of the highest rewards in the history of the program—$20 million—is being offered for information leading to his capture #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.12: Rafael Caro-Quintero, known as RCQ and considered a godfather of Mexican drug trafficking, was one of the primary suppliers of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana to the United States in the late 1970s: In 1984, Mexican authorities raided a sprawling marijuana plantation owned by Caro-Quintero, and he blamed undercover DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena for the raid #AceNewsDesk reports

RCQ English.pdf

The following year, Camarena was close to uncovering a million-dollar drug pipeline from Mexico to the United States, but before he was able to expose the operation, the federal agent was kidnapped in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, allegedly on direct orders from Caro-Quintero. Camarena’s body, which showed signs of torture, was found a month later.
#FBI, @DEAHQ, #USMS, & @StateINL announced addition of Rafael Caro‐Quintero to FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. #RCQ is wanted for alleged involvement in the 1985 kidnapping & murder of DEA Special Agent Enrique Salazar. Call 1-800-CALL-FBI w/ tips. https://t.co/dJYdgg1gNFpic.twitter.com/7jlfD1pz7X FBI April 12, 2018

Editor says here’s a PDF https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten/rafael-caro-quintero/rcq-english.pdf

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