Breaking News

US Department of Labor launches awareness effort for miners with black lung, promote testing to reduce exposures to hazardous levels of coal dust CBP Seizes Vehicle Smuggled from Mexico into Puerto Rico FEMA Offers Free Repair and Rebuilding Advice at Local Stores Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report Agents Encounter and Seize Cloned Border Patrol Vehicle Attempting Illegal Entry USAID Announces Expansion in the Pacific Region and Reaffirms Commitment to Bolster Resilience in the Pacific Islands at the 2022 U.S.-Pacific Island Country Summit | Press Release Governor Abbott Deploys Additional Resources To Florida To Assist Hurricane Ian Response Efforts | Office of the Texas Governor Flag Officer Assignments > U.S. Department of Defense > Release
Albuquerque, NM - In October, the Office of the Attorney General Internet Crimes Against Children Unit referred a cyber tip to Homeland Security Investigations (Las Cruces) and the Las Cruces Police Department that led to a search warrant at the residence of John Henry Bevel Jr. in Las Cruces. On October 24, John Henry Bevel Jr. was charged with three counts of sexual exploitation of children and was taken into federal custody. Southern New Mexico authorities have identified nine victims so far in Las Cruces, and they believe there may be additional victims in Albuquerque, where Bevel Jr. lived prior to moving to Las Cruces. Anyone with information about children that may have been victimized by Bevel Jr. should immediately call the Office of the Attorney General at 505-717-3542 or La Pinion Sexual Assault Recovery Services at 575-524-3437.

Source link