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Attorney General Paxton’s Law Enforcement Round Up
Austin

CHILD EXPLOITATION UNIT 

 

In Bexar County, Ramsey Clark was arrested on September 21 on three counts of possession of child pornography. Child Exploitation Unit investigators executed a search warrant in San Antonio, where several electronic devices were seized and will be submitted to the Digital Forensics Unit for examination. During a recorded interview, Clark confessed to owning and utilizing the reported social media account and to possessing and viewing child pornography. This case was received as a National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) CyberTipline report involving the upload of images of child pornography to a social media platform. 

 

FUGITIVE APPREHENSION UNIT 

 

In Bexar County, Domingo Hernandez was arrested on September 21 for failure to maintain sex offender registration requirements. Hernandez was previously convicted of indecency with a child by contact and sentenced to ten years of probation.  

 

In Bexar County, James Burkey, a confirmed Tango Orejon gang member, was arrested on September 21 for violating the terms of his parole by incurring a new charge of felony fraud. Burkey was previously convicted of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to six years in prison. The United States Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force out of San Antonio assisted with this arrest.   

 

In Bexar County, Rickey Mackey was arrested on September 19 for failure to maintain sex offender registration requirements. Mackey had previously been convicted of sexual abuse and sentenced to five years in prison.  

 

In Bexar County, Nicanor Garcia, a confirmed Mexican Mafia gang member, was arrested on September 16 for violating the terms of his parole by failing to report. Garcia was previously convicted of possession of a controlled substance and evading arrest/detention using a vehicle, for which he was sentenced to five years and two years in prison, respectively. Garcia actively resisted arrest and a subsequent charge of evading arrest/detection has been filed.  

 

In Bexar County, Joseph Walker was arrested on September 14 for violating the terms of his parole by testing positive for narcotics. Walker was previously convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm and sentenced to five years in prison.  

 

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