EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION LEADS TO ARREST

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NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION LEADS TO ARREST

May 18, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit arrested one subject in east El Paso County following a narcotics investigation on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

Sheriff’s Office detectives and deputies conducted an investigation at a residence located on the 3600 block of Vanderveer Dr. As a result of the investigation Sheriff’s Office detectives seized approximately 11 pounds of marijuana, 101 grams of cocaine and $2,000 in U.S. currency.

Jerry Valdez age 27 was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility for Man/Del CS PG 1>=4G<200G, and Poss of Marij >5 lbs<=50 lbs.

No other information is available at this time.

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ANIMAL ABUSE/NEGLECT SCAM

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

ANIMAL ABUSE/NEGLECT SCAM

May 17, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is advising citizens of El Paso County of a letter being received circulated regarding animal abuse/neglect.

The letter provides a description of a dog and states the animal is being abused or neglected. The letter states surveillance was conducted and the animal is not being treated properly. The sender goes on to give care suggestions and refers the recipient to contact the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Unit.

Please be advised that our Animal Welfare Unit will NEVER mail a notice of this type. Contact will be made in person with the animal owner or an official Sheriff’s Office notice/warning with the specific violation will be left at the residence.

Furthermore, any case of animal abuse/neglect will be investigated by a Sheriff’s Office detective.

If anyone has received this type of letter, please contact the proper authorities. The El Paso Police Department non-emergency number is 915-832-4400 and the Sheriff’s Office non-emergency number is 915-832-4408.

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CAPTURED SEX OFFENDER – BLYE, LARRY AGERS

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CAPTURED SEX OFFENDER – BLYE, LARRY AGERS

May 9, 2018

UPDATE

On Monday, May 7, 2018, Larry Agers Blye was booked into the Uvalde County Jail, by Uvalde Police Department for a parole warrant and a Sex Offender Duty to Register warrant.

Agers was previously featured as “WANTED” by the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office through Crime Stoppers of El Paso.

ORIGINAL – December 11, 2015

El Paso, TX – On December 11, 2015, Larry Agers Blye absconded from the El Paso Transitional Center located at 1650 Horizon El Paso, Texas.

Blye cut off his ankle monitor and walked away from the facility and his whereabouts are now unknown.  He is now wanted on a Parole Violation and an additional charge of Sex Offenders Duty to Register is forthcoming. 

His sex offense is for Possession with Intent to Promote Child Pornography, the victim(s) being images of female/male children younger than 18 years of age at the time of the offense.  He is on parole for said offense.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MURDER CONVICTION - ONTIVEROS

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MURDER CONVICTION - ONTIVEROS

May 9, 2018

El Paso, TX – On November 4, 2017, at approximately 11:06 p.m. the Horizon City Police Department was dispatched to the McDonald`s parking lot at 13990 Horizon Blvd. Horizon City, Texas, in reference to a subject down. Upon arrival, Horizon City Police officers made contact with the unconscious male. The victim was identified as 22-year-old Erik Aragon of Horizon City, Texas, Aragon was transported to a local area hospital where he was treated for a gunshot wound.

On November 5, 2017, Erik Aragon died as a result of his injuries.

On November 6, 2017, the El Paso County Sheriff`s Office adopted the case from the Horizon City Police Department. Through the course of the investigation, the Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit identified Shawn Ezal Ramirez age 21, Miguel Angel Ontiveros age 22, and Marcos Damian Porras age 23 as the responsible subjects for causing the death of Erik Aragon.

On December 12, 2017, as the result of a coordinated effort the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, Criminal Investigation Section, Warrants Section and the assistance of the U.S. Marshalls Office and Homeland Security a total of three subjects were taken into custody.

On April 30, 2018, Miguel Angel Ontiveros age 22 plead guilty to his role in the November 2017 Capital Murder of Erick Aragon in Horizon City, Texas. Ontiveros was sentenced to 30 years.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MURDER CONVICTION

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MURDER CONVICTION

May 9, 2018

El Paso, TX – On October 31, 2015, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a medical call for service at the 100 block of Dixie Canutillo, TX. Deputies discovered that while several people were attending a house party, a physical altercation had taken place between two of the people attending. As a result of the physical altercation, one person (Luis Francisco Delgado ) had received several stab wounds. Delgado was taken to a local area hospital where he later died as a result of his wounds.

The Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit and Crime Scene Unit responded and took over the Investigation. During the Course of the investigation, Edger Cardenas was identified as the person responsible for the stabbing. Cardenas was later arrested and charged with Murder, he was booked into the El Paso County Detention facility under a one million dollar bond.

On May 08, 2018, Cardenas was tried and convicted of Murder, Edgar Cardenas was sentenced to 50 years and a 10,000.00 fine

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El PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO HOST SHERIFF’S SAFETY TOWN

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TO HOST SHERIFF’S SAFETY TOWN

May 8, 2018

El Paso, TX – Sheriff Richard D. Wiles and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office will host Sheriff’s Safety Town June 11th – 15th, 2018.

This annual event provides important safety tips and information on subjects like:

§ Stranger Danger presented by McGruff

§ Eddie Eagle presents Gun Safety

§ Safety Pup presents 9-1-1 Emergency

§ Bike, General Traffic & Pedestrian Safety presented by Deputy Dawg

Sheriff’s Safety Town will be held at the Sheriff’s Office Headquarter building, located 3850 Justice Dr.

Sheriff’s Safety Town is open to children ages 4-7 (20 children maximum class size), from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

Registration per child is $10 and includes daily snacks and refreshments. Please contact Deputy J. Ramirez or Deputy J. Ochoa at 915-538-2097 if you would like to register your child.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PARTICIPATES IN CLEAN-UP EVENT IN CANUTILLO

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PARTICIPATES IN CLEAN-UP EVENT IN CANUTILLO


On Saturday, May 5th,  Sheriff’s Office deputies joined County Judge Ruben Vogt, Commissioner Andrew Haggerty and County Road and Bridges personnel at Gallegos Park for their clean-up event.

Gallegos Park was the drop-off site for residents of the community to dispose of used tires, used chemicals, scrap metal, and trash.

Deputies and security staff from Canutillo ISD also collected tires and trash from empty lots in the surrounding areas.

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National Correctional Officers' Week 2018

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In 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5187, creating “National Correctional Officers’ Week”.  May 6th – May 12th, 2018 is recognized as National Correctional Officers and Employees Week, commemorating the contributions of correctional officers and personnel who work in jails, prisons, and community corrections across the country.

On behalf of Sheriff Wiles, we recognize and thank all

Detention personnel for their hard work and commitment to

the Sheriff’s Office and to Public Safety!

SHERIFF’S OFFICE EXPLORER POST 2005 TO COMPETE IN 2018 DESERT LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPLORER COMPETITION

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TO COMPETE IN 2018 DESERT LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPLORER COMPETITION

April 25, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 2005 will compete in the 2018 Desert Law Enforcement Explorer Competition on Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Explorers will compete against other explorer posts from the region in Active Shooter, Burglary in Progress, Domestic Violence, Felony Traffic Stop, and Officer Down.

The competition will be hosted by the U.S. Border Patrol El Paso Sector at 26 McGregor Range Rd. beginning at 8:00 am.

The Sheriff’s Explorer Post 2005 placed 3rd in Felony Traffic Stop at last years competition.

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NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION TAKE BACK DAY

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NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION TAKE BACK DAY

April 24, 2018

El Paso, TX – On Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 15th opportunity in 7 years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your pills for disposal to https://takebackday.dea.gov/.  (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.)  The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

The Sheriff’s Office Patrol Bureau is partnering with DEA on this initiative by opening the three Patrol Stations from 10 am to 2 pm for the public to drop off their unwanted medication.

· East Montana Patrol Station – 12501 Montana Ave.

· Clint Patrol Station – 190 San Elizario Rd.

· Northwest Patrol Station – 435 E. Vinton Rd, Suite D.

Last fall Americans turned in 456 tons (912,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at more than 5,300 sites operated by the DEA and almost 4,300 of its state and local law enforcement partners.  Overall, in its 14 previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in more than 9 million pounds—more than 4,500 tons—of pills. 

This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.  Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.  The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows year after year that the majority of misused and abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including someone else’s medication being stolen from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE HOSTS DRIVER LICENSE ACADEMY

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HOSTS DRIVER LICENSE ACADEMY

April 24, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office will host three countywide courses to help unlicensed drivers become licensed.

The program is FREE to first-time drivers, new Texas residents, or individuals eligible to have their driving privileges reinstated.

Sheriff’s Office COP Representatives will cover the Texas Driver License Handbook which includes the following topics:  How to apply for your Texas driver license, signals, signs, and markers, signaling, passing, and turning, speed limits, Zero Tolerance Law, giving way to pedestrians, registering your vehicle, changing your address and becoming an organ donor. The class is bilingual to ensure that no one is left behind.

The course is FREE. Please note the course is NOT a driving school replacement, therefore we ask all participants be at least 25 years old. Class sizes are limited to 20 students, if you are interested in signing up or need more information please contact the course coordinator at each patrol station to register and for more information.

East Montana Patrol Station 915-856-4875 / Course will begin May 3rd.

Clint Patrol Station 915-851-3287 / Course will begin May 9th.

Northwest Patrol Station 915-886-2724 / Course will begin May 8th.

The Sheriff’s Office believes by empowering the citizens with the knowledge needed to pass the driver license exam, we reduce the number of unlicensed drivers. 

*This course is only intended to help understand and educate the public about the Texas Driver Handbook.

*Persons will not be checked on their driver’s license status and vehicles will not be inspected.

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT- PHONE SCAMS - April 23, 2018

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT- PHONE SCAMS

April 23, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office wants to make the citizens of El Paso County aware of telephone scams that have claimed several victims.

People around El Paso County have received phone calls from an individual identifying themselves as an employee of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.

The scammer/offender then claims that the individual/victim has ignored one of the following: jury duty summons, unpaid tickets, warrants or court summons and they must either make a payment or report to Sheriff’s Office Headquarters to resolve the matter.

In cases where a payment is requested, the VICTIM is told to buy Money Trax cards or gift cards for varying amounts to resolve the matter. After the VICTIM purchases the money cards, the scammer requests the serial numbers displayed on the money cards so that the warrant can be taken care of. Those numbers are then turned into cash by the scammer depriving the victim of the money.

Victor Ramirez who is a Supervisor of Jury Selection at the El Paso County Courthouse advised our investigators that they will NEVER call anyone by phone to advise them that they missed Jury Duty.

The Sheriff’s office would also like to remind citizens that they will never be contacted by phone requesting payment for outstanding criminal warrants.

If anyone has been a victim of these scams, please contact the proper authorities. El Paso Police Department non-emergency number is 915-832-4400 and El Paso County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency number is 915-832-4408.

EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE CERTIFIES TEN DEPUTIES IN CRIME PREVENTION COURSE

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CERTIFIES TEN DEPUTIES IN

CRIME PREVENTION COURSE

April 20, 2018

El Paso, TX – The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office certified ten deputies in Crime Prevention I for residential home inspections April 16 – 19, 2018.

The ten deputies earned their certification following the completion of 40 hours of training through the North Texas Crime Prevention Association at the Sheriff’s Office Region VIII Academy.

Deputies received hands-on training and conducted crime prevention home security inspections. During the training, deputies were also introduced to the latest security technologies and industry security standards.

A residential home survey will evaluate interior and exterior security measures for the home. The areas evaluated during a survey include doors, windows, locks, landscaping, lighting, and burglar alarms.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ARRESTS MOST WANTED SUBJECT–ABOUD

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ARRESTS MOST WANTED SUBJECT

April 18, 2018

El Paso, TX – On Tuesday, April 17, 2018, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a most wanted subject in west El Paso.

Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted an investigation to locate Hailey Aboud age 22. Aboud was taken into custody on the 7500 block of N. Mesa.

Aboud was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility on two counts of Theft Prop >=$100<$750, two counts of Fail to Identify Giving False/Fictitious Info, Man/Del CS PG 1<1G and Resist Arrest Search or Transport.

Aboud was previously featured as “WANTED” by the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office through Crime Stoppers of El Paso.

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EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL APPRECIATION WEEK APRIL 8 – 14, 2018

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ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL APPRECIATION WEEK

APRIL 8 – 14, 2018

El Paso, TX – Each year, the second week of April is dedicated to the hard-working men and women serving as animal control officers.

Animal Control Officers provide essential community functions enforcing Animal Control laws, protecting the public from diseases such as rabies, and educating the public on proper care of pets. They are also dedicated to protecting the welfare of helpless animals and pets that are rescued from injury, disease, abuse, and starvation.

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office commends its Animal Control Officers for the many dedicated, long hours of service they provide to the residents and animals of El Paso County. In their honor, County Commissioners read and signed a resolution declaring April 8th through April 14th, 2018, as “Animal Care and Control Appreciation Week.”

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