Illegal immigrant wanted for murder and decapitation in Mexico lived in US for years

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34-year-old Osmar Mendez Martinez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico who is wanted in his home country for the murder and decapitation of his fiancée, was arrested in North Houston and then given back over to Mexican officials on Wednesday.

According to Breaking911, acting field office director for ERO (Enforcement and Removal Operations ) Houston Matt Baker said, “This is another example of the strong partnerships that the ERO Houston Field Office has with our international partners and ICE offices abroad.”

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Houston Field Office transported Mendez Martinez, from the Montgomery Processing Center (MPC) to Juarez-Lincoln Bridge in Laredo, Texas where Mexican authorities took the man.

“The ability to receive intelligence from our attaché offices around the world and investigate those leads in near real-time to locate and remove dangerous fugitives from our community is an invaluable tool that strengthens public safety and bolsters international cooperation,” Baker added.

In Mexico, it is alleged that in 2015 he strangled his fiancée, cut off her head, and burned her body. He then left her corpse in southeast Mexico, dumping it in Tabasco State Park. He then fled to the US and entered in November of 2015, but was captured and returned to Mexico after giving a fake name. He reentered America at a time and location that is unknown and managed to get away without being detained. 

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