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Mexico extradites 11 fugitives to U.S.

November 02, 2009|Times Wire Reports

Mexico has extradited 11 fugitives, accused of crimes including murder, sex offenses, drug trafficking and money laundering, to face trial in the United States, the Justice Department said.

Justice said Mexico has extradited a record 100 fugitives to the United States this year.

The fugitives include two wanted in Southern California:

Gabriel Cabrera Lopez, charged in Riverside County for sex offenses against a child, and Arnoldo Vargas Esteves, charged in Riverside County with murder.

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