Two people wanted in Border Patrol Museum vandalism have turned themselves in

by David Cross
Monday, April 15th 2019


Tiffany Deveze and Elizabeth Lynne Vega turned themselves in to El Paso police for their outstanding warrants in connection with vandalism at the Border Patrol Museum. (Courtesy: El Paso Police Department)
EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14) ó El Paso police said two individuals wanted in connection with vandalism at the Border Patrol Museum in February have turned themselves in.

Police said Tiffany Deveze walked into the Central Regional Command Center on Monday morning and turned herself in for her outstanding warrant.

Police said Elizabeth Lynne Vega also turned herself in for her outstanding warrant at El Paso police headquarters.

Officials with the El Paso Police Department identified 16 suspects who were involved in the Border Patrol Museum vandalism in early February.

The museum is located at 4315 Transmountain Drive.

The El Paso Police Department is working with the El Paso District Attorney's Office to extradite those living outside the state of Texas.

Below is the list of the 14 people for whom the police department is still looking:

1.Nicolas Cruz, 23, of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2.Amber Duvall, 31, of Freeburg, Missouri.
3.Alessandra Jo Ogren, 46, of Penasco, New Mexico.
4.Lisa Elaine Winter, 50, of St. Louis, Missouri.
5.Keith Rose, 29, of Godfrey, Illinois.
6.Serena Bethany Rascon, 30, of Ojo Sarco, New Mexico.
7.Michael Ruch, 34, of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
8.Amanda Lyn Ingram Tello, 29, of Villa Ridge, Missouri.
9.Monica Ninette Chan, 23, of Sacramento, California.
10.Szuhan Ho, 37, of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
11.Anna Rowe, 28, of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
12.Noa Desimone, 43, of Brooklyn, New York.
13.Hazel Batrez/ Chavez, 24, of North Hollywood, California.
14.Alessandra Carolina Mondolfi, 49, of Miami, Florida.

They are all charged with criminal mischief or criminal trespass.

The police spokesperson said the individuals who turn themselves in rather than waiting to be arrested will receive less punishment.