Laredo Sector Border Patrol arrests convicted sex offender

Release Date
Thu, 03/30/2023 - 12:00

LAREDO, Texas – Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to Laredo South Station arrested a convicted sex offender in Laredo, Texas.

On March 30, Border Patrol agents while working their duties apprehended an individual crossing the Rio Grande in west Laredo.

After transporting the individual to the Laredo South Station for processing, agents identified him as Magdaleno Campos-Escobar, a 57-year-old Mexican citizen.

Campos-Escobar had a prior felony conviction for Rape-Sexual Assault in Houston, Texas. He was taken into custody and was processed for Felony Re-Entry.

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